From the passage, both Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu both held that there is the nonbeing and nonexistence because we can not claim that they do not exist. The natural order of things comes about from nonbeing or nonexistence. Therefore, if we want to pattern ourselves on nature, we what we will merely do is to do nothing. This is because the natural order of things can not be identified, yet t exists. In order to model ourselves according to the natural order, we should “do nothing”. It should be noted that Taoism itself is the belief in the non interference with the natural order of things in the universe.
Creativity or natural spontaneity arises from nonbeing because of the very nature of nonbeing. Nonbeing supercedes being and as pointed out above, creativity would come as a result of our inactiveness and allowance of the natural order to take its place. According to Tao, “It operates everywhere and is free from danger… It may be considered the mother of the universe” (Tao Te Ching, Chapter 25). Therefore, creativity comes from our impulse after we have maintained the state of non-interference. Reference: “Chinese Philosophy. ” Microsoft® Student 2008 [DVD]. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Corporation, 2007.