Chuang Tzu’s teachings were true to wu-wei, the Taoist doctrine, which means to refrain from action contrary to Nature. He espoused a way of life which is simple and natural, yet fulfilling. Some teachings from the book Chuang Tzu are introduced. Before the ideals of society took over, an achieved person worked first on getting all the parts within himself attuned before trying to attune all the parts in others. Virtue is wasted on trying to become famous, and knowledge is expressed in disputes. One who tries to become famous steps on others, and one who wants to show off their knowledge uses it as a weapon in debates. Both of them are terrible methods.