Life requests participation in so many ways, drawing here and there, requesting that this be attended to and that. But who says that life must be rewarded, that life itself requires an answer?
A warrior looks at life with a keen eye, with attention to detail, aware that life will entice but also aware that not all requests from life are valid or worthy of attention. And so a warrior is always alert to the ebb and flow of life’s requests while simultaneously decisive in what to get involved in, knowing full well how and where and why energy should be used or not.
A warrior’s main concern is always with energy, the personal amassing of it, and so a warrior is always intent that life will be a participant in the warrior’s journey rather than the other way around.