“Moral Guidebook” by General Choi Hong Hi is a comprehensive guide to the ethical and moral principles of Taekwondo. This book provides a deep understanding of the values and beliefs that underpin the martial art, including respect, honesty, perseverance, and self-control. The guidebook explores the significance of these values in everyday life, as well as in the practice of Taekwondo, and provides practical guidance for incorporating them into one’s daily routine. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or a beginner, this guidebook is an essential resource for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of Taekwondo and to live a more fulfilling life guided by moral principles.
The Moral Guide is a book created by General Choi Hong Hi the founder of Tae Kwon Do. It is his collection of famous sayings by the greatest Oriental minds of Philosophy ever names like Lao Zhu, Sun Tzu, Confusious and many others of Chinese Japanese and Korean decent. Quotes like: Power must never be lent. Real happiness comes out of a hard life People in general do not see the other side of the coin. and many many more.
Author: General Choi Hong Hi
Print length: 172 pages
Publisher: Rising Sun Productions
Publication date: April 28, 2008