A Warrior’s Definition of Fear

25 Apr



4 Responses to “A Warrior’s Definition of Fear”

  1. zendictive April 26, 2013 at 3:42 pm #

    my wife says that my biggest fault is that I have no fear but I do fear that something may happen to my wife and child while I am not there to help them (~_~)

    • Miro April 26, 2013 at 10:40 pm #

      “No fear” is not a fault. A warrior refuses to allow anyone to tell them that their fearlessness is a fault, whether it’s a stranger or, as in your case, even the closest of loved ones. It’s a concept that seems foreign, off-putting and even “crazy” to those still in the grips of their own fear. That’s for them to work out, not the fearless person.

      Yes, our greatest weakness can be the safety of our loved ones when it’s compromised, but a warrior must also accept their limitations. A warrior can do extraordinary things, but a warrior cannot do everything. We’re not able to protect everyone all of the time. Some of the responsibility lies on themselves. All we can do is hope to teach and inspire them to take care of themselves to the best of their own abilities. The rest is out of our hands.


  2. Sue Dreamwalker April 27, 2013 at 8:53 am #

    Love your new Creative Graphics Miro,
    Once upon a time here lived a fearful warrior.. Me..
    Until I saw the light of my error and began to … See..
    There is nothing to Fear but the Fear within
    And now I am able to shake it and grin.

    For I am ALL powerful a being now bright!
    And no one save me can dim my light..
    I either choose to be happy or sad
    Fearful or Angry, Joyful or mad..

    I have the choice each day that I wake
    To follow the love or let fear overtake
    Your words we breathe in, deep and profound
    A Warrior’s Pen is his sword laid on ground..

    So All who shall read will know of his might
    As he shares of his heart and gives of his Light..
    So this Poem to you Miro I give with my love
    For the Angels watch over you embracing from above..

    Love Light and Peace……. Keep swinging your sword of Truth Miro..
    Sue πŸ™‚

    • Miro April 28, 2013 at 8:08 am #

      Beautiful and powerful, Sue! You are a true warrior poet. πŸ™‚ The theme of “choice” has been popping up in conversations a lot lately, and some have done their best to convince me that they don’t have a choice. That they’re slaves to their own automatic reactions. It’s always nice to see assurance from someone I have great respect, admiration and love for remind me that yes, it is all indeed choice, and those who make the wrong choice just don’t have the courage or selflessness to admit they didn’t fight hard enough to make the right one. πŸ™‚

      Thanks again for the inspiration!

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