The Seven Virtues of Bushido are:
Gi (Honesty and Justice) - Set lies aside. A samurai
does not make honesty or justice a matter for debate; he knows that
there is only truth and falsehood, justice and injustice.
Rei (Polite Courtesy) - A samurai is neither a bully nor a brute killer. He must treat his enemies with courtesy.
Yu (Courage) - Only fear of death can destroy life; the samurai replaces it with an understanding of danger.
Meyo (Honor) - Praises and curses are not what defines honor; the samurai reserves his judgement for himself.
Jin (Compassion) - Just as the farmer does not grow
crops merely to fill his own belly, the warrior does not fight for
himself alone. A samurai must be constantly aware of the duty to
Makoto (Complete Sincerity) - A samurai's words and his actions are one and the same. To 'promise' would be redundant.
Chugo (Duty and Loyalty) - Actions and their
consequences define those who take them. The samurai's loyalty to those
that he guards for is unshakeable.