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Tactical Response - Virtues of a Warrior
You may realize that throughout history there have been Warrior Codes. Most have very common themes. Tactical Response has blended thoughts from the Samurai and Confucius to come up with what we believe is the modern Warrior Code of conduct, morals and ethics.
I. Honesty and Justice - Be acutely honest throughout your dealings with all people. Believe in Justice, not from other people, but from yourself. To the true Warrior, there are no shades of grey in the question of honesty and justice. There is only right and wrong.
II. Polite Courtesy - Warriors have no reason to be cruel. They do not need to prove their strength. A Warrior is courteous even to his enemies. Without this outward show of respect, we are nothing more than animals. A Warrior is not only respected for his strength in battle, but also by his dealings with other men.
III. Heroic Courage - Rise up above the masses of people who are afraid to act. Hiding like a turtle in a shell is not living at all. A Warrior must have heroic courage. It is absolutely risky. It is dangerous. It is living life completely, fully, wonderfully. Heroic courage is not blind. It is intelligent and strong.
IV. Honor - A true Warrior has only one judge of honor, and this is himself. Decisions you make and how these decisions are carried out are a reflection of whom you truly are. You cannot hide from yourself.
V. Compassion - Through intense training the Warrior becomes quick and strong. He is not as other men. He develops a power that must be used for the good of all. He has compassion. He helps his fellow man at every opportunity. If an opportunity does not arise, he goes out of his way to find one.
VI. Complete Sincerity - When a Warrior has said he will perform an action; it is as good as done. Nothing will stop him from completing what he has said he will do. He does not have to "give his word." He does not have to "promise." For him speaking and doing are the same actions.
VII. Duty and Loyalty - For the Warrior, having done some "thing" or said some "thing," he knows he owns that "thing." He is responsible for it, and all the consequences that follow. A Warrior is immensely loyal to those in his care. To those he is responsible for, he remains fiercely true.
VIII. Trust -- A Warrior trusts as he is trusted. He holds this in high regard and would never violate its sanctity. To do so would forever dishonor him. Whoever breaks his trust shall never regain it.