“Virtue”, translated from Chinese de (å¾·), is also an important concept in Chinese philosophy, particularly Daoism. De (Chinese: å¾·; Pinyin: dÃ©; Wade-Giles: te) originally meant normative “virtue” in the sense of “personal character; inner strength; integrity”, but semantically changed to moral “virtue; kindness; morality”. Note the semantic parallel for English virtue, with an archaic meaning of “inner potency; divine power” (as in “by virtue of”) and a modern one of “moral excellence; goodness”.
Master virtue and you will know all = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtue#Roman_virtues
[2:35:07 PM] ahxime says: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtue
I do because i have these powers on and off and on thing because of misunderstand in communications withing powers in our heart(ego)(vibe)spiritual gardiance) what ever you call it
Do you believe by mastering virtue you can have supernatual powers?