...is it the warrior's inherited duty to protect others? Can one be a warrior without having to be a Protector? The true Protector will pounce without hesitation to shield any person from the un-righteous acts of another. No matter who they may be.
Protectors can not be fabricated or mimicked by non-protectors, because the imposters . What the Protector does is not a deed or task. It is an unwritten way that unknowingly drives and protects him, and that he is somehow unknowingly bonded to.
The Protector is a warrior who courageously serves the welfare of others before self. He cherishes and appreciates opportunities that place him at risk, to aid, save, or stop a deserving other. The more threatening the risk, the more grateful the Protector is that it is him that is there to face it, and not some other.
The Protector is a warrior who serves the act of protecting. I personally am a Protector and always have been even during childhood. I have never needed the permission or approval of anyone to protect another. I even experienced intimidations, threats and attacks for protecting others. No matter, I still protected. And in no time, I was teaching other Protectors how to better protect.
The Protector is a warrior and the warrior is a Protector. And that is why I am giving you this read and video that is normally restricted to training bodyguards and security. The warrior must be a superior Protector. Or he will quickly lose all wars.
And THIS, ...is a "way" of the "Warrior's Edge"! -Jermaine Andre'