Mrs. Tsui-ying Sheng (Highlights) | Fu-Jen Catholic UniversityPh.D. candidate, Religious Studies

Mrs. Tsui-ying Sheng (Highlights) | Fu-Jen Catholic UniversityPh.D. candidate, Religious Studies


though in a young look opposite there they can’t exist independently they impress and coordinate each other also facilitate each other one cannot exist or be defined without the other if there is no in young can appear along likewise if there is no young in won’t exist that’s the sort of co-existence complementarity and reciprocity they form a perfect unity with two in one the energy of in and young is circulating and the dynamic when young is stronger the opposite will be weaker to redress the balance of the energy and vice versa so to maintain the completeness of the big circle it’s a kind of map vital and the sustained relationship life grows and activates during the circulation of this to source of energy each of the two contains some of the other they both have to consider eight and support each other to keep the family whole the relationship between them is smooth and integrated the through incessant interactions and communications the equal briem could be maintained

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