Example: take the Ying Yang symbol for balance
First of all, it's not "Ying Yang" symbol,. and it has nothing to do with balance.
It's YIN and YANG symbol, which simply shows the energy polarities that exist in everything. Everything is either expanding or contracting, that's
all. "Good" and "Bad" are artificial value constructs that do not exist in nature. They are matters of opinion more than anything else. You can't
find a "good tree" and a "bad tree". There are just trees - then humans make all kinds of judgments of which tree is good and which tree is bad,
and even that is usually related to a specific usage of the tree, like 'good trees for scenery' or 'good trees for burning wood for warmth', or
'good trees to mold into furniture' or whatnot.
If you don't even know that it's "yin" instead of "ying", what hope is there that anyone would listen to your ramblings on the topic? I mean,
you have just proved that you don't know the most BASIC thing about it.
Also, a symbol can't be "all lies". A symbol is just a description of something. A symbol cannot lie, only humans can lie.
Information can be wrong, but it can't lie.
Computers can do a lot of things, but they can't lie. And so on.
Yin/Yang is just a visual representation of the dual nature of the Universe, the polarity of energies that create everything by utilizing these two
directions - expansion and contraction.
Planets are Yin, negative, contracting creations, in a Yang space of freely flowing and expanding energy.
But you can pretty much see this duality in everything, if you bother to look. But it does _NOT_ represent light and darkness, because light actually
IS something, while darkness is just a word describing a LACK of something - it's not anything in itself. A 'shadow' is just an 'area with less
light', it's not something that can be produced or created, sent to somewhere or measured, because it doesn't exist in reality - it's just a word
describing a lesser amount of light.
Same technically applies with day and night - darkness doesn't emit anything, it doesn't shine, like light does - light always conquers darkness,
because any time you put equally strong light and darkness into a room, and set them free, the darkness completely disappears and only light remains.
In Yin/Yan-symbol, the forces are 100% equal - otherwise it wouldn't work as a real duality.
I wish most of my time here wouldn't have to be spent on correcting others.. I almost want to scream: "Stop being so wrong!", but I guess you have
a perfect right to be wrong, so never mind..