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Martial Morality Article

Postby spmguy » Sun Apr 18, 2010 12:17 pm

I wanna ask about this article : http://www.ymaa.com/articles/martial-arts/morality

As a person who practices chinese martial arts, I would like to learn more about their ethics and moral foundations.

Ive read the entire article and understood pretty much all of it, until I got to the part that discusses Morality Of Mind , and more Specifically, the part where he talks about Will.
My question is how exactly can the "power of will" be measured ?
How can I see the difference between a true goal and a vague desire ?
(and if you can , please send me other articles that discuss the ethics of the chinese martial arts)
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Postby Dvivid » Mon Apr 19, 2010 6:40 am

Hello

Dr. Yang has not posted other articles on this subject.

As he says
It usually takes a while to demonstrate a strong will.


Kung Fu means "time/effort". Achieving a true goal means that you put in the required time and effort without fail. Do your best.
"Avoid Prejudice, Be Objective in Your Judgement, Be Scientific, Be Logical and Make Sense, Do Not Ignore Prior Experience." - Dr. Yang

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