A Warriors Agreement
There is no need for us to say anything about others. There is no need for you or for me to regard other's actions in our thoughts one way or another. The worst thing we can do is to force people to agree with us. I mean that we shouldn't try to impose our will when people don't behave the way we want them to. The worst thing one can do is to confront human beings bluntly. A warrior proceeds strategically. If one wants to stop our fellow men one must always be outside the circle that presses them. That way one can always direct the pressure.
People hardly ever realize that we can cut anything from our lives, any time, just
like that. For example, smoking and drinking and drugs are nothing. Nothing at all
if we want to drop them. Only one thing is indispensable for anything we do; the
Spirit. One can't do without the Spirit.
There are no diseases. There is only indulgence.
We have to be aware of the uselessness of our self-importance and of our personal history. When we're impatient, we should turn to our left and ask advice from our death. Think of your death now. It is at arm's length. It could tap us any moment, so really we have no time for crappy thoughts and moods. The only thing that counts is action, acting instead of talking.
We either make ourselves miserable, or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work
is the same.
The basic difference between an ordinary person and a warrior is that a warrior takes everything as a challenge while an ordinary person takes everything as a blessing or a curse.
Do you say you need help? Help for what? We have everything needed for the extravagant journey that is our life.
Think about it: what weakens us is feeling offended by the deeds and misdeeds of others. Our self-importance requires that we spend most of our lives offended by someone. (But remember, pride is what got Satan cast out of Heaven.)
We must thank our Creator for every breath we take...
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