The Three Instrumental Virtues: Bi, Trí, Dzũng--ZenMoon

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The Three Instrumental Virtues: Bi, Trí, Dzũng

Three Instrumentail Virtues by Diana Zen. Zen Moon. ZenMoon.org
"The spiritual compass must be utilize to navigate one
along the life path"

There are myriad of distractions, diversions, and obstacles along the life path that can alter the course and hinder the spiritual life journey. The spiritual compass must be utilize to navigate one along the life path leading toward the ultimate spiritual destination: Nirvana. The spiritual compass is made up of the Three Instrumental Virtues:

-Bi: the Compassion, Empathy and Kindness to Others
-Trí: Inner Light to Illuminate, Decipher, and Discern
-Dzũng: the Willful Determination and Fearlessness to Continuously Advance
Onward and Forward


I have personally overcome many of life's barriers and obstacles by applying
the Three Instrumental Virtues along my life path. The Three Instrumental Virtues are truly essential tools and weapons, so that I can steadily remain on path under all life circumstances. Utilizing these tools have been indispensable to me. They have made it possible for me to continually forge onward and forward along my life path to reach my personal Nirvana. I shall illuminate on each of the Three Instrumental Virtues under separate entries.


Zen Moon. ZenMoon.org. Copyright and TrademarkDiana Zen
ZenMoon
February, 10, 2014

Reader's Comment
Thursday, April 10, 20146:07 AM
Super Administrator
This is great! Very inspiring. As we journey together, we shall see where and what we will ourselves to be and to see. We all possess the three instrumental virtues, but one is always dominant. I seek the remaining amongst the crowd. The synergy of virtues is what allows revelation of the vision and the being that I seek.

Dear Amanda,
Thank you for your comment. As we journey along our life path, ultilzing the Inner Light, applying compassion and kindness, and being willfully determined to reach our spiritual destination shall all aid in our quest to reach Nirvana. I wish you all the best along your own life journey to reach what you seek.
Sincerely,
ZenMoon

Friday, February 21, 20146:35 PM
Guest
This is great! Very inspiring. As we journey together, we shall see where and what we will ourselves to be and to see. We all possess the three instrumental virtues, but one is always dominant. I seek the remaining amongst the crowd. The synergy of virtues is what allows revelation of the vision and the being that I seek.
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