The yin and yang with its circular composition and perfectly balanced sections of black and white signifies masculine and feminine each incorporating a portion of the other to achieve equilibrium. This symbol is reinterpreted utilizing fluids to allow the opposites to complete each other. The circle represents eternity, perfection and unity while the colors black and white symbolize both the positive and negative. White as a code or symbol relates to light, purity, goodness, innocence, spirituality, and life. As white reveals, black conceals, It is the absence of light absorbing all colors. Black is the color of night and shadows and hence the unknown; it is viewed by many cultures as mysterious and evil. It is almost universally linked to death and mourning. A hierarchy emerges within the binary oppositions related to the colors black and white with white signifying life, light, and goodness and the antithesis black signifying death and darkness. We begin our life in darkness and return to it in death. This duality is symbolically powerful as both good and evil, life and death.