The Zenshida'i philosophy is founded upon a very simple principle:
Where there is adversity, there may be overcoming; Where there is overcoming, there may be enlightenment.
Where there is no adversity, there can be no overcoming; Where there is no overcoming, there can be no enlightenment.
For this reason, conflict is a gift, and an opportunity for self-cultivation. The Zenshida'i view the martial arts as a crucible, and as a rite of passage, by means of which the individual may grow stronger, and learn to find stillness in the midst of suffering. This is the path of liberation, and the singular defining characteristic of religion.
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