I A Selohaar cannot be built, only revealed.
II Strength comes from within: it cannot be given.
III The path to one's inner strength can be illuminated by a skilled teacher.
IV A teacher best serves his pupils not by having all the answers, but through commitment to helping them find those answers for themselves.
V The answer found within is 'truer' than the answer provided from without.
VI A leader is not renowned for the number of Selohaar he commands, but by the esteem those Selohaar bear him.
VII A knight is judged by the renown he enjoys among his peers.
VIII A knight may win renown on the field and through the instruction of others.
IX The virtues of Chivalry are best taught to one's pupils by example.
X The display of the chivalric arts of courtesy and honour also win renown for a knight.