Tag Archives: warrior ideals

Dangerous Warrior/Martial Arts Skills

What I do have are a particular set of skills, skills I have developed over a very long career, skills that make me a nightmare for people like you.   Really proficient warriors have a very dangerous, very specific set of skills, that do indeed make us very dangerous for people who give us no […]

The Inner Battle

The Internal Battle Bohdi Sanders, Ph.D.   Many times, warriors have to fight some enormous internal battles. Many of us have both the skills, and the will, to destroy those who come against us, but we have to learn to control our urge to destroy our enemies, unless we have no other choice. We have […]

The Warrior – How True Warriors Are Different

The Warrior – How True Warriors Are Different

Warriors do not lower themselves to the standards of other people; they live independently, according to their own standards and code of honor. Hanshi Bohdi Sanders   To all of the warriors who refuse to lower their standards to those of other people, who live independently according to their own code of honor, I salute […]

The Enlightened Warrior and Pure Law

The Enlightened Warrior and Pure Law Highly evolved people have their own conscience as pure law. Lao Tzu This is the point which the true warrior seeks to arrive, a place where your own conscience is so evolved that you know what is right. Once you get to this point, you have no need of […]

The Karma of Thoughts and Intentions

The Karma of Thoughts and Intentions Nothing can exist without a cause. Voltaire What if karma was based on our true intentions instead of merely our actions? This would certainly seem to make our thoughts much more important, especially if you believe in the karma, the law of cause and effect. It is commonly believed […]

Is Honesty Always the Best Policy?

Is Honesty the Best Policy? In whatever position you find yourself determine first your objective. Marshall Ferdinand Foch We hear the phrase that honesty is the best policy over and over again throughout our lives. But it is completely true? Is honesty always the best policy? Do we destroy our honor, character, and integrity by […]