Updated: Oct 9, 2022
STEP #1. WARRIOR'S EDGE
The initial step to take when adopting The Warrior's Edge is to gain 100% clarity in your mind on what a "warrior" is to you. Then you should acquire understandings of what the word warrior means to others. Then you most definitely must discover what a warrior is to the person that is guiding you in a warrior's way. Yes, me.
You must clarify these things with yourself before you choose to get involved. That way, if you choose to learn more about or even walk the path of the Warrior's Edge, you can commit with full sincerity and a clear conscious. This is important for the construction of your self sincerity. Never trick or lie to yourself. You will know it and you will make you pay for it.
It is important to understand that the image of warrior may be viewed differently by many. To some a warrior may be a shining beacon of courage loved and favored by the divine. And to someone else the warrior may be a filthy savage of no morale or sympathy. This teaches us that we must take caution before revealing our plans to others because their view may be totally opposite of ours. In fact, they may despise our view and choose to avoid us in the future. This also teaches us that regardless of what we do, someone will soon disagree about it., therefor we can't make our decisions off of other's approval.
Regarding my view of a warrior, my favoritism is transparent in my act of using the name warrior in the name I use to represent strength and power, Warrior's Edge. The Warrior represents heightened levels of primitive courage, ancient loyalty, and ambitious selflessness. A warrior is free from forced marches and constant command of what can and can't be done. This freedom allows and forces him to develop adaptability, and an open minded. Two important elements that can be used when choosing whether to participate in a battle, or not instead of having to participate.
A warrior keeps self healthy, strong and ready to immediately fight an unexpected battle that he may never see coming. But the warrior "expects" unfairness, & cruelty so it is no concern once it has been announced or begun and he has to decide if it is just for him to fight or not.