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The Spirit of Courage does not provide instruction or teaching about Taekwondo but offers insight on how Taekwondo has positively infl uenced the life of a little boy and his family.
The martial art and Olympic sport of Taekwondo provides children with opportunities to practice the virtues of courage, courtesy, honesty, perseverance, and self-control. These virtues are subtly interwoven in The Spirit of Courage and create an atmosphere of love and respect.
The Spirit of Courage is the second book in a series that seeks to engage children’s empathy, develop their characters, and enhance their lives.