Here is a eulogy presented by Yoda from The Clone Wars, S5E18 turned into standard grammar format.

"They are now one with the Force. Our job is to remember through time, we will also pass on. We are Luminous beings, but our bodies are temporary vessels. We shall all find ourselves here in time. I ask a moment of silence, to remember, and to move on. We must live for the living Jedi. Through us, they will live forever."

Here's a text received early March 2017

At the deepest roots of the Jedi beliefs system there is a harsh lesson to us all in the use of knowledge: the deep understanding that self-knowledge is essential in a world where delusion is ever a threat to survival.

Traditionally, within the confines of the Jedi code, these lessons can be expressed as wise words, sage sayings of the Jedi, words which, in their own way, are timeless advice for living life a better way, and, hopefully, for a greater cause than solely for yourself alone.
As welcome advice in adversity, as a map of the territory to be covered, or a much needed plan for a goal or path to action, the moral keystones and inspirational messages that follow stand on their own merits: They can be applied to life and can sometimes be just the push you need in order to get through whatever situation is at hand. Or, perhaps more relevantly, be of use where chance and circumstances have combined to place you in a situation where only great strength of understanding gives a better chance of survival.


A brief word of caution, though, in studying and taking to heart these wise words of action and understanding from the annuals of the Jedi canon: For knowledge, you go to the one who knows, the expert in such matters; though, for wisdom, you approach the wise man for guidance, and if he is truly wise he shows you the way to be wise and you must follow it yourself: this is not simply knowledge, this is the path to wisdom.

Here's a submission that was received mid February 2017. Well worth a read.

At the deepest roots of the Jedi belief system there is a harsh lesson to us all in the use of knowledge: the deep understanding that self-knowledge is essential in a world where delusion is ever a threat to survival.

Traditionally, within the confines of the Jedi code, these lessons can be expressed as wise words, sage sayings of the Jedi, words which, in their own way, are timeless advice for living life a better way, and, hopefully, for a greater cause than solely for yourself alone.
As welcome advice in adversity, as a map of the territory to be covered, or a much needed plan for a goal or path to action, the moral keystones and inspirational messages that follow stand on their own merits: They can be applied to life and can sometimes be just the push you need in order to get through whatever situation is at hand. Or, perhaps more relevantly, be of use where chance and circumstances have combined to place you in a situation where only great strength of understanding gives a better chance of survival.
A brief word of caution, though, in studying and taking to heart these wise words of action and understanding from the annuals of the Jedi canon: For knowledge, you go to the one who knows, the expert in such matters; though, for wisdom, you approach the wise man for guidance, and if he is truly wise he shows you the way to be wise and you must follow it yourself: this is not simply knowledge, this is the path to wisdom.

This page is a collection of writings from a variety of sources.

"The human soul has still greater need of the ideal than of the real. It is by the real that we exist; it is by the ideal that we live." Victor Hugo.

"The angry man will defeat himself in battle as well as in life." Samurai maxim.

A trait of people is the desire to accumulate knowledge, and has been throughout time.

A major aspect of being a Jedi is to establish justice. If justice is bestowed using compassion, that is not justice, that is forgiveness. If justice is bestowed with anger, that is not justice, that is revenge.