The Warrior Ethos - Live by Warrior Virtues
Modern society falsely teaches us that happiness is found through entertainment, material possession, fame, wealth, and consumption.
In my own quest of self-discovery and self-improvement, I have found that true happiness and purpose is built from one place alone. Within.
Something that has been of the utmost benefit to structuring my life are the Warrior Virtues.
Warriors do not do things out of selfish gain, or to garner and adorn themselves with accolades and prizes. They perform unheard of, courageous, and challenging acts out of a deep sense of connection to brotherhood, family, and those they care for.
The most fundamental component to a true warrior is humility. Understanding that they are in service to something greater than themselves. They stand ready to serve.
8 Warrior Virtues to explore and use to build your lifestyle and improve your life:
Mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty.
Freedom from pride or arrogance. The quality or state of being humble.
To live up to or fulfill the terms of commitments. To regard or treat others with admiration and respect.
To train or develop by instruction and exercise especially in self-control.
Continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties, failure, or opposition.
To be honest and have strong moral principles. Behaves ethically and does the right thing, even behind closed doors.
Acts of helpful activity; help; aid. To do someone a service.
Uprightness of character or action. Honesty implies a refusal to lie, steal, or deceive in any way.