Warriors are often angry people. Their anger is forceful disapproval of lies told, trust betrayed, innocence violated, reality denied, power abused, and incompetence rewarded. They don’t turn indifferent or deny their anger and become sadistic and abusive. True warriors engage their anger and use its energy to empower themselves and free others.
Warriors identify with life itself, and their honor brings forth courageous actions. The power of the warrior is of creation and destruction. Few have the audaciousness to destroy what needs to be destroyed in our lives and our organizations. Few possess the boldness to risk the creation of new forms. Despite the dangers of provoking the status-quo, true warriors accept their responsibility to make choices and to take decisive actions.