I find it fashinating how they managed to have the dark and light side coesxit for so long, too bad someone didn't try to revive the je'dai teachings later. Wish this era was explored more in comics, even in canon
At the same time though, they were hindering themselves by trying to maintain such a balance. It's noted that they grow stronger by focusing on the Light. Same goes for the Sith later, though they focused on the Dark Side instead.
Which I guess makes sense, focusing on one thing makes for a deeper understanding and growth better than dividing between two radically different aspects. So the modern Jedi just took what worked for them as they studied.
It's still very impressive however, that they were that strong, yet hindered regardless.
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