Awareness is equivalent to discovering and awakening to the nature of virtue. Undoubtedly, this awakening does not come out of thin air, it is based on the attainment of experience and knowledge.
Sincerity is an outer expression of the inner mind. It is the true innocence of the inner mind; it is the essence of being observant.
In Taiwanese society, the core of philosophy is called “the knowledge of life,” which refers to the mind and its nature. Thus, one could say that it is the study of the nature of mind. The most mature wisdom is that which can discern between subjective and objective points of view; it is a general principle and an immediate resolution of mutual absorption of ideas.
Human wisdom, no matter what its origins are, upholds sincerity and humility; it naturally develops with time and breadth of experience. Only a non-materialistic life is an authentic one, because it signifies life’s true qualities.