Virtue, so far as i understand it, is often an active principle. Where soul nature is just that, the base nature of it. eye see it like this, virtue is the active (inwardly and outwardly) expression of soul nature, of the ultimate existential reality of the entity. When one is said to be doing something virtuously, it references that that one is acting in harmony with their nature, free of mental blocking, calm, alert, and dynamic....
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