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You and Aristotle agree on this. In the Nichomachean Ethics, he speaks of perfecting virtue across disciplines, believing that developing a character for excellence in one thing will produce excellence in all things; or, more likely, that only in perfecting virtue across all things will we achieve virtue in anything. This doctrine is sometimes referred to as the "unity of virtue."

Great minds often do think alike!


p.s. I want to hear any song you care to sing.

I think Vincent Van Gogh has said the same thing
about perfection(???)
- you know one thing very well, you can understand all else...
This is the quote :
If one is master of one thing and understands one thing well, one has at the same time, insight into and understanding of many things.

Arjuna was known for his focus as archer.
Some of us, also know, he was given Divine
knowledge by the Sheperd.

Funny I was listening to a song translated by you on my computer (Xin Ya) as I was reading this post. You do finish songs Rev. Heng Sure!

Yes you do finish songs! Your Dharma Doctor song is wonderful.

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