One is not a warrior because of its technics.
He is not either because he thinks it’s right.
He is because of the deep love he feels for the things he fights for.
Because it’s his place, his meaning.
The true warrior does not know if he’ll win; the true warrior never knows if he’s strong enough, or even if he’s absolutely right.
But this warrior knows that he’ll be part of the fight.
He knows he IS part of every fight.
I just read this entry, and it express what I came to understand.
Trust, it is all about it.
The thing I had not, and I now understand, is that you have to be able to accept the effects of your trust. I think you are right; being able to trust in others is a wonderful thing. But it can be armful if one cannot react or protect himself from those who would abuse from this trust.
And this is where my new understanding takes place:
Trust in others, yes, but more than this, trust in you. If you’re able to trust in yourself, to know you well enough to to it entirely, than you become truly strong. Not strong because you can build a carapace to protect you, but strong because things that would otherwise be attacks are either passing right through you, or are becoming improvement tools. In this way of thinking, you become true.
And even more than personal trust, there is trust in life itself. No matter how you call it: God, Great spirit, Cosmic forces, Fate…or nothing at all! But trust in what’s before you, trust in tomorrow, trust in what is to come. Then, the road will be bright. Always.
This is probably the goal in which 43 things helped me the most.
I feel now that movement, self-activation, is such a part of my life that I no longer need it to keep it as a work in progress; It’s working into me everyday!
There are moments to be still, and moments to act. Dreams, goals and true ambition are to motives for this action. Nourish them and you will never stop doing things, and doing things you like!