It is a peculiarity of man to search for things that, on the contrary, contain what he wants to achieve. Those looking for relaxation get lost in the origins of cramping. Those looking for enlightenment get lost in the dark. Those who want to eat healthy, ignore what the body wants. It is as Laozi says, the truth is nested within and contained on the contrary.
In contrast to the heavenly beings of Taoism, man, who lives according to his nature, is forever bound to the sequences, the ups, and downs, of this nature. This path is characterized by the tolerance of the inevitable, it is the path that shows us our purpose: to be in harmony with ourselves.
The view of the ocean shows us an endless horizon, just like our impression of our reality. We get lost in our perception, it is important to understand that what we feel is just a horizon that denies us the view of the other shore. The origin of the cosmos is a little smaller, because everything originates from nothing, and as through a bellows, everything grows up from an early age. When we understand our outward presence, we perceive things from a centered inner point.