When we worry there is always another part of us that knows it comes from the dark side, that it is not to be trusted or attached to. A warrior stares worry in the face and turns away in a new direction, aware that worry is a sign of weakness, a sign of mind release rather than a sign of mind control. A warrior seeks control of mind, of thoughts, worry, fear, etc. Always alert as to what comes to mind, a warrior knows how to handle that which does not belong. With empty mind, a warrior is ready to proceed. For a warrior knows that all of life awaits, that everything is possible, but a warrior knows that to be ready one must be free.