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20 Steps to Ultimate Power!


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Ultimate Power is in your hands

Gaining the ultimate power is a difficult task but not impossible. Ultimate Power is maximizing your potential and influence in a positive way. Gaining the ultimate power means you have set yourself on the path to take advantage of every great benevolent opportunity that benefits you and those around you. The Temple Code identifies 20 virtues or qualities, when exercised, will grant you the ultimate power. Check out these, in no particular order, 20 steps to ultimate power!


1. Honesty

I will be honest in all communications and actions. Honesty is the quality of being truthful, sincere, and transparent in one's actions, words, and intentions. It involves being straightforward and forthright in communication, not withholding or distorting information, and not deceiving or misleading others. Honesty is an important ethical value and is essential for building trust and maintaining healthy relationships. It is also a fundamental aspect of personal integrity and self-respect. Being honest can sometimes be difficult, especially if it involves admitting to mistakes or facing difficult truths, but it is generally considered to be a positive and admirable trait in individuals and in society as a whole.

2. Integrity

I will strive to be fair and just in all dealings. Integrity is the quality of being honest, moral, and ethical in one's actions and decisions. It involves adhering to a set of principles and values, such as fairness, respect, and responsibility, even when it may be difficult or inconvenient to do so. People with integrity are considered trustworthy, reliable, and dependable because they consistently act in a manner that is consistent with their values and beliefs. Integrity is an important trait for individuals, organizations, and societies because it promotes trust, accountability, and respect.


3. Loyalty

I will give or show firm and constant support or allegiance to the ideals of this institution. Loyalty is the quality of being faithful, dedicated, and committed to someone or something. It implies a strong sense of allegiance and devotion, often in the face of adversity or challenges. Loyalty can be demonstrated in various ways, such as standing by a friend or family member in difficult times, remaining committed to a romantic partner, or being dedicated to an organization or cause. Loyalty is often considered a desirable trait, as it fosters trust, reliability, and a sense of mutual support and respect. However, loyalty can also have negative consequences if it is blind or misguided, such as when it leads someone to support an unethical or harmful individual or institution.


4. Fairness

I will be impartial in behavior without favoritism or discrimination, and advocate for the just treatment of others. Fairness is the quality of being just, impartial, and equitable. It refers to treating people equally and without prejudice or bias, regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic. In other words, fairness means giving everyone a fair chance and treating them according to their individual merits and abilities, rather than any extraneous factors. Fairness is an important value in many areas of life, including politics, law, education, and business, among others. It is essential for building a just and equitable society where everyone has equal opportunities and is treated with dignity and respect.

5. Respect

I will respect myself and others. Respect is a fundamental aspect of human interaction that involves treating others with admiration, esteem, and consideration. It means valuing the worth and dignity of another person, regardless of their background, beliefs, or actions. Respect can be demonstrated in many ways, such as through polite and courteous behavior, active listening, recognizing and acknowledging differences, and refraining from harmful or hurtful behavior. It is an essential component of healthy relationships and is necessary for fostering trust, understanding, and cooperation between individuals and groups.

6. Humility

I will remain humble and modest. Humility is a personality trait characterized by a modest and unassuming view of one's own importance, achievements, and abilities. It involves a willingness to recognize and acknowledge one's limitations and weaknesses, as well as a willingness to learn from others and accept constructive criticism.


Humility is often associated with a sense of gratitude and appreciation for what one has, rather than a sense of entitlement or superiority. It is also often associated with a sense of empathy and concern for others, as humble individuals are more likely to be able to put themselves in others' shoes and understand their perspectives.


Overall, humility is an important trait for personal growth and social harmony, as it helps individuals to develop a more realistic and grounded view of themselves and the world around them.


7. Charity

I will be generous and helpful especially toward the needy or suffering. Charity is the act of giving money, goods, or time to those in need, usually as a form of assistance or compassion. It is often associated with organizations or institutions that provide aid to individuals or groups who are less fortunate, such as the poor, the sick, or the homeless. Charity can take many forms, such as donating money to a non-profit organization, volunteering at a local shelter or soup kitchen, or simply helping a neighbor in need. The goal of charity is to alleviate suffering and promote the well-being of others, often with the aim of creating a better and more just society.

8. Chastity

I will refrain from unlawful sexual intercourse, or behavior. This includes avoiding premarital sex, extramarital sex, prostitution, or any other form of sexual activity that is considered illegal or immoral.


Sexual abstinence can be practiced for various reasons, including religious or cultural beliefs, personal values, or health concerns. It is often promoted as a way to prevent unwanted pregnancies, sexually transmitted infections, and other negative consequences of sexual activity.

9. Graciousness

I will be courteous and kind. Graciousness is the quality of being kind, courteous, and polite towards others. It involves treating people with respect, warmth, and generosity, regardless of their status, background, or behavior. Graciousness is often characterized by a sincere and genuine concern for others, as well as a willingness to put their needs and feelings before one's own. This can be expressed through a range of behaviors, such as showing gratitude, offering compliments, listening attentively, and extending hospitality. Graciousness is an important aspect of social etiquette and can help to foster positive relationships and build goodwill between people. It can also contribute to personal happiness and well-being by promoting a sense of connection and belonging.

10. Grateful

I will be thankful and show appreciation for kindness. Gratefulness, also known as gratitude, is the quality of being thankful and appreciative of the good things in one's life. It involves recognizing and acknowledging the positive aspects of one's life, such as good health, supportive relationships, personal achievements, and material possessions, and feeling a sense of appreciation for them. Gratefulness can be expressed through words, actions, or simply a positive attitude, and is often associated with a range of benefits, such as increased happiness, improved relationships, and better physical and mental health. Practicing gratefulness can involve keeping a gratitude journal, expressing thanks to others, meditating on positive experiences, or simply taking time to reflect on the good things in one's life.

11. Temperance

I will live my life with self-control and moderation. Temperance is the moral virtue that moderates the attraction of pleasures and provides balance in the use of created goods. It ensures the will's mastery over instincts and keeps desires within the limits of what is honorable. This is basically stating having the will power to resist overindulgence of those things that bring pleasure. Knowing when to stop drinking or keep from drinking alcoholic beverages is an example of temperance. Refraining from overeating at a food buffet is also an example of temperance.


12. Patience

I will practice patience and be patient with others. Patience is the ability to remain calm and composed in the face of delay, frustration, or adversity. It is the capacity to tolerate and endure difficult situations or circumstances without becoming angry, anxious, or upset. Patience involves a willingness to persevere through challenges and obstacles, without giving up or losing hope.


In essence, patience is a virtue that allows us to maintain a positive attitude and outlook, even when things don't go as planned. It is an important quality to cultivate, as it can help us to manage stress, build resilience, and improve our relationships with others.

13. Diligence

I will be steady, earnest, and give energetic effort in my work and duties. Diligence is a trait or quality characterized by careful and persistent effort to achieve a goal or complete a task. It involves being thorough, focused, and conscientious in one's work, and not giving up easily in the face of challenges or setbacks.


Someone who exhibits diligence is typically seen as hardworking, reliable, and responsible. They are willing to put in the time and effort required to achieve their goals, and they take pride in their work. Diligence is often associated with success in both personal and professional pursuits, as it can lead to greater productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness.


Overall, diligence is an important quality to have in all aspects of life. It can help individuals achieve their goals, build trust and credibility with others, and ultimately lead to a more fulfilling and successful life.

14. Wisdom

I will think and act using knowledge, experience, understanding, common sense and insight. Wisdom can be defined as the ability to make sound judgments and decisions based on a combination of knowledge, experience, and understanding. It involves having insight into the nature of things and being able to apply that insight to solve problems or make decisions.


Wisdom is often associated with age and experience, but it can also be developed through deliberate effort and reflection. It involves not only knowledge and intelligence, but also qualities such as humility, empathy, and compassion.


Ultimately, wisdom is about having a deep understanding of ourselves, others, and the world around us, and using that understanding to live a fulfilling and meaningful life.

15. Prudence

I will govern myself with discipline and the use of reason. Prudence is a virtue that involves the ability to make wise and cautious decisions, particularly in matters related to personal conduct and financial affairs. It is often described as the ability to foresee the long-term consequences of one's actions and to make decisions that are in line with one's goals and values.


In practical terms, prudence involves taking the time to carefully consider the potential risks and benefits of different options before making a decision. It also involves being mindful of one's resources and limitations and avoiding unnecessary risks or extravagance.


Prudence is an important virtue in many areas of life, including personal finance, business, and politics. It is often associated with qualities such as self-control, discipline, and foresight, and is considered an essential component of good judgment and decision-making.

16. Courage

I will exercise mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty during pain or times of adversity. Courage is a virtue that involves the ability to face fear, danger, or adversity with bravery and determination. It is the willingness to take risks, to stand up for what is right, and to persevere in the face of obstacles and challenges.


Courage can take many forms, from physical bravery in the face of danger to moral courage in standing up for one's beliefs or principles. It involves overcoming fear and doubt, and being willing to take action even when the outcome is uncertain.


Courage is an important quality in many areas of life, including personal relationships, work, and social or political activism. It is often associated with other virtues, such as honesty, integrity, and selflessness, and is considered an essential component of leadership and moral character.

17. Honor

I will conduct myself in a manner deserving of respect or high regard. Honor is a concept that refers to a sense of integrity, dignity, and respect that is earned through one's actions and behavior. It involves adhering to a set of moral principles and values, and acting in a way that is consistent with those principles, even in the face of adversity or temptation.


Honor is often associated with traits such as honesty, loyalty, and courage, and is seen as an essential component of personal and professional relationships. It involves treating others with respect and fairness, and being willing to stand up for what is right, even when it is difficult or unpopular.


In many cultures, honor is closely linked to reputation and social standing, and is seen as an important measure of a person's worth and character. It is often earned through acts of bravery, sacrifice, or service to others, and is valued as a sign of moral and ethical excellence.

18. Discipline

I will correct and regulate myself for the sake of self-improvement, exercise self-control. Discipline is the ability to control one's behavior, thoughts, and emotions in order to achieve a desired outcome. It involves setting goals and working towards them through focused effort, self-control, and perseverance.


Discipline can take many forms, from physical discipline in the sense of regular exercise or training, to mental discipline in the sense of focused concentration or meditation. It is often associated with qualities such as self-control, willpower, and determination, and is considered an essential component of success in many areas of life.


Discipline is particularly important in achieving long-term goals, since it requires the ability to delay gratification and stay focused on a task or objective over an extended period of time. It also involves being willing to make sacrifices and endure hardship in pursuit of a greater goal or purpose.


Overall, discipline is a key element of personal growth and development and is essential for achieving success and fulfillment in life.

19. Perseverance

I will be persistent in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success. Perseverance is the ability to persist in pursuing a goal or objective, even in the face of obstacles, setbacks, or challenges. It involves maintaining a sense of determination and resilience in the face of adversity and continuing to work towards a desired outcome despite difficulties or setbacks.


Perseverance can take many forms, from the physical endurance required to complete a marathon or climb a mountain, to the mental fortitude needed to overcome a difficult problem or pursue a long-term project. It is often associated with qualities such as persistence, determination, and resilience, and is considered an essential component of success in many areas of life.


Perseverance is particularly important in achieving long-term goals, since it requires the ability to stay focused, motivated, and resilient over an extended period of time. It also involves being willing to learn from mistakes, adapt to changing circumstances, and stay committed to a goal or objective even in the face of setbacks or challenges.


Overall, perseverance is a key element of personal growth and development and is essential for achieving success and fulfillment in life.

20. Compassion

I will have sympathy and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of all living beings. Compassion is the ability to feel empathy and kindness towards others, especially those who are suffering or in need. It involves a deep understanding of other people's pain or struggles, and a desire to alleviate their suffering and improve their well-being.


Compassion can take many forms, from small acts of kindness towards friends or family members, to larger acts of generosity and service towards strangers or those in need. It is often associated with qualities such as empathy, kindness, and altruism, and is considered an essential component of moral character and ethical behavior.


Compassion can also be directed towards oneself, in the form of self-compassion. This involves treating oneself with kindness and understanding and being gentle and patient with oneself in times of difficulty or hardship.


Overall, compassion is a key element of healthy relationships and a fulfilling life and is essential for promoting well-being and happiness both for oneself and for others.

Get the Ultimate Power Now

The members of the Humanistic Temple of Alkebulan church seek to gain this ultimate power by pledging to live by these 20 virtues or qualities of the Temple Code. The belief is that once everyone takes full accountability for their individual actions, implement these virtues, they automatically become the best person they can be. Maximizing one's greatest human potential in turn creates the best family, community, society and world. This is the way to Ultimate Power!


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