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Old 05-05-2013, 04:13 PM   #4
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I don't know where the idea that being afraid but doing it anyway was bravery...

That is a Heartless definition fit only for Citizen-Soldiers who Fear Death.

A True Warrior has no Fear of Pain or Death.

He has reached a place of Supreme Indifference.

Read "The Hagakure" to learn what true Bravery is.

"What is the 'Way of The Warrior'? It is simply this:

Whenever there is a Choice Between Life and Death, The Warrior Unhesitatingly Chooses Death."

"Cowards Theorize with the goal of Staying Alive Firmly in Mind."


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