A Bodhisattva is one who resides in an environment full of delusions
And yet strives in full strength to get himself/herself fully enlightened
By constantly urging himself/herself to turn all delusions into enlightenment.
If one wishes to accomplish something, he/she needs to start from somewhere.
To make a start, one has to resolutely take the first step of striding forward.
Naturally, there will inevitably be some obstacles in the following steps.
These obstacles, whether they are obstructive, puzzling, or totally unexpected,
To concisely categorize them,
Are either the obstacles of the defilements of the mind or the obstacles of the delusions of the mind.
Deep interest is the power to run the course of any events or projects.
Enthusiasm is the fuel to sustain the running of the course.
Ideals steer the direction of the course.
One has to bring deep interest, enthusiasm and ideals together
In order to take a vow in practicing Buddhism.
Only after taking (Bodhisattva) vows can one find a path or targets in practicing Buddhism.
This is the only way to lead one to the attainment of the true, the good and the beautiful of life.