Aristotle's idea of the Prime Mover reminds me a bit of Taoism, not just the part about everything needing an opposite to define it, but that Taoism is a metaphysical law of nature. Taoism teaches that there is one undivided truth at the root of all things. It literally means:
Tao = tao (the way)
Te = te (strength/virtue)
Ching = ching (scripture)
n Chinese philosophy, the rhythm of life, which pulsates through the universe, is the action of complementary principles Yin and Yang. The symmetrical disposition of the dark Yin and the light Yang suggests cyclical changes.
When Yin reaches its climax, it recedes in favour of Yang, then after Yang reaches its climax it recedes in favour of Yin. This is the eternal cycle. The dots inside the white and black halves indicate that within each is the seed of the other. Yin cannot exist without Yang and vice versa.
The ideal state of things in the physical universe, as well as in the world of humans, is a state of harmony represented by the balance of Yin and Yang in body and mind.
This is almost exactly what Aristotle described as the Prime Mover, although the Western mind often imagines this to be more of an entity, anthropomorphic, while the eastern mind does not.
Having said all of that, we are evil and divine, all spiritual paths lead to the top of the mountain, we are born innocent but have the seeds of yin and yang within us, and home is wherever you are now, whenever now is.