Have you ever wondered why the yin/yang symbol always includes a dot? Seems like kind of a stylistic embellishment, doesn’t it?
Like all things Asian, the symbol is steeped in tradition and symbolism. The dot symbolizes the seed of its opposite. There is nothing pure yin, nothing pure yang. Thus each act of destruction begets creation, each act of creation engenders eventual destruction.
I could go on at some length on how to apply this concept to morality, culture, history, politics and technology, but really, all I have to do is plant the seed, right?