Yes, just playing with words here. For those unfamiliar with Taoism, the word "Tao" means "Way" and the Yin Yang is a common symbol for the way of Taoism. Cats? Well, how long can you surf the internet without stumbling across cats?
Actually, I have no idea what this image is called, but "Breakfast with Lao Tzu" sounds good to me so I'm going to run with it.
As an Australian Christian I think its important to engage with Asian philosopy and religion, and surely that includes the Taoism of China. Besides, the Tao Te Ching is a fascinating book.
I am particularly drawn to the paradoxes Lao Tzu draws out between weakness and strength, life and death, wisdom and foolishness, which in many ways parallel the teachings of Jesus: "When he is born, man is soft and weak; in death he becomes stiff and hard."
This image by Imgur is entitled "The yin and yang of world hunger".
I think it nicely illustrates the complete lack of balance between developed and developing nations!
And as someone who lives within a developed nation I find the prophecy of Jesus sobering: "Woe to you who are well fed now, for you will go hungry. Woe to you who laugh now, for you will mourn and weep." (Luke 6:25)
How is this for an unusual blend of Christian and Daoist symbolism? An ichthus fish containing a yin yang! To me seems more syncretistic than critically contextual, but on a purely aesthetic level I find it kinda appealing.
I have always said Star Wars had a Daoist feel to it. Not just Yoda, but the idea of the Force having a light and dark side. Very yin yang. Obviously I'm not the only one to think so. Those familiar with Star Wars will recognize the symbols for the Empire and the Rebels.