A Warrior's Destiny

 I'm always excited to work with new folks and help them with their evolution in being a better Protector!

Speaking of that... I thought you'd like this (really) short story about leadership and fate...

A Warrior's Destiny...

A great Japanese warrior named Nobunaga was going to war with a fierce enemy with only one-tenth the number of men the opposition commanded. He knew that he could win the fight with a well planned strategy, but his soldiers were in doubt.
On the way the leader stopped at a Shinto shrine and told his men: “After my visit to the shrine I will toss a coin. If the head comes, we will win; if tails, we will lose. Destiny holds us in her hand.”
Nobunaga entered the shrine and offered his prayers. Then he came forth and tossed a coin in front of his men. Heads appeared. The soldiers were filled with confident and were eager to win the battle.
“No one can change the hand of destiny,” one of his attendants told him after the battle.
“Indeed not,” said Nobunaga and showed the coin which was doubled with heads on the both side.

Moral of the Story...

Be the person who uses fate to their advantage. Go in with the will to win, as if destiny is on your side. Let what happens happen, but move with confidence!

Remember, luck favors the skilled!

It's Like Having a Two Headed Coin!!
...When It Comes to Protecting Yourself (and Others). =)

If you'd like more confidence when it comes to dealing with conflict and violence, consider joining my Private PeaceWalker Membership. Aside from the basic training and other content, we're working on verbal persuasion skills this month.

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