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Published on Jun 16, 2016
Defining and differentiating these two roles and asking the urgent question as to who is currently the "protecting force" and who they are actually defending. Consideration given as to how those who feel deceived about their professional role can re-establish their original inspiration and regain their moral responsibility, and how all of us called to strengthen the "Warrior Within" can do so through right education and practice.
"The Way of the Warrior has been misunderstood. It is not a means to kill and destroy others. To smash, injure, or destroy is the worst thing a human being can do. The real Way of a Warrior is to prevent such slaughter — it is the Art of Peace, the Power of Love.
The word soldier derives from the Middle English word soudeour, from Anglo-French soudeer or soudeour, meaning mercenary, from soudee, meaning shilling's worth or wage, from sou or soud, shilling. The word is also related to the Medieval Latin soldarius, meaning soldier (literally, "one having pay"). These words ultimately derive from the Late Latin word solidus, referring to an Ancient Roman coin used in the Byzantine Empire.
"To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the highest skill. To subdue the enemy with out fighting is the highest skill."