Armor-like perseverance

One of the three types of far-reaching perseverance, the fourth of the six far-reaching attitudes (perfections, Skt. pāramitā). The willingness and heroic courage to go on and on with sustained effort to reach a constructive goal, no matter how long it takes or how difficult it gets.

Tibetan: གོ་ཆའི་བརྩོན་འགྲུས། go-cha'i brtson-'grus

Synonyms: Armor-like joyful perseverance

Other languages

Deutsch: Rüstungsgleiche Ausdauer
Русский: Радостное усердие, подобное броне