He knows that the most important words in all languages are the small words.
Source: Manual of a Warrior of Light
Contributed by: Aart Hilal
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.
A Warrior knows that the ends do not justify the means.
A Warrior knows that a great dream is made up of many different things, just as the light from the sun is the sum of its millions of rays.
When he is forced to perform the same task several times, the Warrior uses this tactic and transforms work into prayer.
When it comes to treachery, he is implacable.
A Warrior does not go into battle without knowing the limitations of his ally.
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.
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