A Philosophy of life
Bodhidaoism is a worldview and way of life that seeks to guide people in living wisely with peace of mind in a world without a personal God, the supernatural, or an immortal soul.
Bodhidoism is for those who do not believe in a personal God, the supernatural, or an immortal soul.
Bodhidaoism incorporates insights from Humanism, Buddhism, Daoism, and Stoicism.
Bodhidaoism holds that life and Nature are sacred, and we will do our best to protect both.
The four-pointed compass symbolizes the four virtues of wisdom, love, courage, and balance. It also symbolizes the insights drawn from wisdom traditions of Humanism, Buddhism, Daoism, and Stoicism.
The inner-circle represents the earth (and our commitment to environmentalism), with blue for the oceans and green for the land.
The owl is also a symbol of Bodhidaoism, representing our pursuit of wisdom.