Taoism addresses ethical shortcomings of western culture and may need to abandon their belief to make distinction between the right and the wrong, moral values, punishment and importance of moral reasoning. On the other hand, as mentioned above, Confucianism tends to be past oriented rather than present or future oriented. Similarly Buddhism in a way stresses on removing dissatisfaction that may have occurred in past. Further there are not much rules in Taoism and thus broadly gives the way to have happy life. Confucianism and Buddhism give the way to achieve righteousness by laying principles and statements. Lastly the rules, principles and statements may constraint the human and ultimately may not be able to achieve what is intended however considering Taoism the things are evolved and achieved while practicing simple things. This is to say that in case of Buddhism one has to control whereas in Confucianism is bounded by the principles. Taoism is free from such aspects. This is the reason why the Taoism has been adopted in leadership practices as well and has been well adopted and implemented (Craig, 2000). Buddhism takes one on the path of enlightenment which is quite eternal but essence of life is to evolve which is there in both Confucianism and Taoism. Taoism is more justifiable as its principles do not impose restrictions or restrictive practices as it has been studied in Confucianism.