Kevin Fejer Nielsen

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The infamous ronin Miyamoto Musashi was a rogue samurai without a master. A formidable swordsman who defeated 60 highly skilled opponents. He demonstrated incredible discipline & mastery throughout his life. Fortunately for us his thoughts and philosophies were preserved in The Book of Five Rings. - In this quote Musashi urges us not to waste time on trivial pursuits. Every action should be beneficial to our development. - Its a powerful law to live by. With every action serving a positive…

The infamous ronin Miyamoto Musashi was a rogue samurai without a master. A formidable swordsman who defeated 60 highly skilled opponents. He demonstrated incredible discipline & mastery throughout his life. Fortunately for us his thoughts and philosophies were preserved in The Book of Five Rings. - In this quote Musashi urges us not to waste time on trivial pursuits. Every action should be beneficial to our development. - Its a powerful law to live by. With every action serving a positive…

Bushidō (literally "the way of the warrior") is the code of conduct of the Samurai. As foundation, Bushidō has the following seven virtues. The seven pleats of the hakama (the trousers worn in kendo and with the formal Japanese kimono) represent these virtues.

Bushidō (literally "the way of the warrior") is the code of conduct of the Samurai. As foundation, Bushidō has the following seven virtues. The seven pleats of the hakama (the trousers worn in kendo and with the formal Japanese kimono) represent these virtues.

Miyamoto Musashi on everyday life

Miyamoto Musashi on everyday life

Wise man, Carl Jung. Some people will always irritate us, and trying to change THAT is a fools errand. But if we can perceive WHAT it is about them that irritates us, and HOW they can push and even manipulate our buttons, we can approach them with sympathy, or at worse pity, but not frustration or anger.

Wise man, Carl Jung. Some people will always irritate us, and trying to change THAT is a fools errand. But if we can perceive WHAT it is about them that irritates us, and HOW they can push and even manipulate our buttons, we can approach them with sympathy, or at worse pity, but not frustration or anger.

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This displays the seven main values possessed by warriors following the Bushido code. The Bushido code values integrity and encourages people to be selfish to some extent, but also requires people to be loyal to those around them. It also mentions compassion and honesty, which is surprising because these values are not seen in a favorable light in Mishima's novel.:

This displays the seven main values possessed by warriors following the Bushido code. The Bushido code values integrity and encourages people to be selfish to some extent, but also requires people to be loyal to those around them. It also mentions compassion and honesty, which is surprising because these values are not seen in a favorable light in Mishima's novel.:

#Ronin #Bushido 7 Virtues #Poster 24"x 36". The Bushido code - also called the…

#Ronin #Bushido 7 Virtues #Poster 24"x 36". The Bushido code - also called the…

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