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The Nine Principles Of Miyamoto Musashi

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The Nine Principles Of Miyamoto Musashi

1. Think of what is right and true.
2. Practice and cultivate the sciences.
3. Become acquainted with the arts.
4. Know the principles of the crafts.
5. Understand the harm and benefit in everything.
6. Learn to see everything accurately.
7. Become aware of what is not obvious.
8. Be careful even in small matters.
9. Do not do anything useless

Miyamoto Musashi (宮本 武蔵), Bushi, Master Swordsman and Zen Master, (Japan, c. 1584 – June 13, 1645)

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