A Warrior does not go into battle without knowing the limitations of his ally.
Source: Manual of a Warrior of Light
Contributed by: Aart Hilal
A Warrior of the Light has no regrets, because regrets can kill.
He uses common sense to judge not the intentions of an action but its consequences.
A Warrior knows that everything a person does has enduring consequences.
And he never judges someone else's suffering.
So the Warrior fights the Good Fight and he helps others, even though he does not quite understand why.
The Warrior of the Light concentrates on the small miracles of daily life.
He knows that the most important words in all languages are the small words.
A Warrior also knows that the fool who gives advice about someone else's garden is not tending his own plants.
No one is entirely good or evil; that is what the Warrior thinks when he has a new opponent.
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