Tuesday, 21 February 2017

(Warrior Wisdom) - Better to be a warrior than - - -


It is better to be a warrior in a garden, than a gardener in a war.
You may be wondering how it is that warriors teach the skills of violence, but talk about peace and tranquility. As strange as it may seem to some people, the two are not mutually exclusive. Think about it. The monks at the Shaolin Temple are peaceful people, but they teach the arts of self-defense.

All true warriors want peace. A life of peace is where you can pursue your goals, spend quality time with your loved ones, and live life to the fullest. But as history as proven time and time again, living a peaceful life is not always possible, so we must train in martial arts, even in times of peace.

George Washington stated that those who want peace should prepare for war, and this same train of thought has been taught for hundreds of years. While we should live in peace and love, we should also understand how to fight and defend ourselves.
Knowing how to fight is not in opposition to peace and love, but is actually a part of loving peace and our loved ones. If you love someone, you must be willing to defend them. In addition, being willing to defend someone is worthless, if you don't have the ability or training to do so.

Yes, teach your students the way of peace and love, but also teach them how to stand up against the evil in this world. Teach them to stand against those who hate peace and want to destroy our way of life, but also give them the tools to stand successfully. Bohdi Sanders ~ excerpt from the NEW BOOK, The Warrior Ethos
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