||To respect teachers and uphold their teachings by adhering to their lineage tradition.
||To honor the elderly and learn from those who are talented and virtuous.
||To follow the Law of Nature, the Tao, by generating a harmonious co-existence between Yin and Yang.
||To value and acknowledge the origin of our existence—be it our life,our upbringing, our teachers, our cultural heritage or religion—much like remembering the source of water when drinking.
||To exhibit the utmost compassion in respecting differences in social status,gender, ethnicity, and educational background by following the examples of Buddha, God, or other enlightened spiritual beings.
||To practice unconditional giving in every form. Giving is performed by teaching, by funding support, or by offering one’s talent to assist others without intent of selfish gain.
||To promote spiritual cultivation experiences in order to encourage continued and diligent practice of virtuous conduct and peaceful mind.
||To give back to society by actively and positively undertaking civic and welfare work.
||To work toward global harmony by spreading these principles through our educational programs.