Let us put ourselves in the place of him with whom we are angry. At present an overweening conceit of our own importance makes us prone to anger, and we are quite willing to do to others what we cannot endure to be done to ourselves. (Seneca, On Anger, 3.12)
"If it ain’t natural, it ain’t worth a damn." - Ray Wray
Taoism has an interesting concept called “wei wu wei”, which means something like "action without action" or "effortless doing". There are very large books written on what that means, practically, but the simplest and most useful Western term I would translate it to is, “Go with the flow.” Like much of Taoism, it sounds pretty passive, and I wouldn’t implement it in my life in its most literal reading. But there is a sense where I definitely would.