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From Theun Mares 3rd volume, The Mists of Dragon Lore, p. 153-5

“Living with death as their best advisor and in having learned to dance the edge of life, the Warriors of Freedom are incapable of looking upon life in the same way as average men and women have been taught to do through their social conditioning. For the Warrior of Freedom death is not something vague out there that will only catch up to him in old age, but is instead a very real and vital force that guides his every step, his every decision, emotion and feeling. Knowing that his death can tap him at any moment, the Warrior of Freedom does not waste even an instant of his time or his personal power, but strives to make every moment and every act as meaningful and as pleasurable as possible. Such warriors are forever ready to make their last stand right here and now, for each and every one of their acts is utterly impeccable and an expression of their innermost predilection. For such warriors there are no regrets, only a breathtaking sense of enthusiasm and exhilaration.

From the above it stands to reason that the true warrior very much lives in the moment, a concept which forms the bridge into the fourth aspect of the stalker’s rule. By living in the moment the warrior’s life becomes completely transformed, for instead of fretting about the future and about future aspirations, the warrior now contents him or herself with enjoying every act, no matter how big or how small. Enjoyment is again one of those concepts about which average men and women tend to have a completely wrong understanding, due to their ignorance of words.

The term “enjoy” quite literally means to enmesh oneself in rejoicing. However, only a little thought is needed to grasp that it is not really possible to enjoy oneself in the true sense of the word when whilst one remains a captive of the rational mind, and enslaved by social conditioning. Only those who are free can enjoy themselves in the true sense of the word,and its is primarily because of this fact that average men and women are generally speaking always looking for some form of escapism which they tend to regard as constituting for them a form of enjoyment. Escapism, however, is a far cry from freedom and to indulge in escapisms is an equally far cry from real enjoyment.

The true warrior does not seek escapisms of any description, for to do so would imply that he or she is not only trying to escape the challenges of life, but also taking time out – two actions that each in their own way, and conjointly, annihilate the possibility of true freedom. Instead the warrior seeks to draw the gift of power out of every situation in his or her life and in order to do so, must live in the moment. Therefore rather than trying to escape life, the warrior participates fully in the process of life which, it will be remembered from Cry of the Eagle, is the technical definition of unconditional love. The implication of all this is that the true warrior can, and does, enjoy himself fully every moment of life, simply because his heart is so wide open that he embraces all of life with with a love that is completely unconditional. I do not really know how else to express this, for it is one of those concepts which is so far into the left side that verbalization is almost impossible. I therefore ask the reader to consider carefully what has been stated here with respect to living in the moment, and enjoyment, and also to consider the implications of the following aphorism.

IN THE BEGINNING EVERY WARRIOR NEEDS THE WARRIOR’S SHIELD IN ORDER TO SURVIVE THE ARROWS OF THE SHARPSHOOTERS OF THE UNIVERSE, AND THEREFORE THAT SHIELD IS VERY MUCH A SHIELD. HOWEVER, ONCE THE WARRIOR HAS ENTERED THE TEMPLE OF DEATH AND HAS LEARNED TO DANCE THE EDGE, THE STEPS OF HIS DANCE AND THE SWIFTNESS OF HIS MOVEMENTS ARE ALL THAT IS REQUIRED. FROM THIS MOMENT ON THE WARRIOR USES HIS SHIELD NOT AS PROTECTION FROM THE SHARPSHOOTERS OF THE UNIVERSE, BUT AS A MEANS WHEREBY HE STRIVES TO EMBRACE MORE AND MORE OF LIFE WITH HIS HEART. IN TIME THAT STRIVING BECOMES A PASSION – A PASSION THAT IS ALL CONSUMING AND UTTERLY INCLUSIVE.

Participating fully in the process of life, the true warrior no longer has any desire to avoid any challenge or any aspect of life. Therefore, tears and laughter, happiness and sorrow, good health and bad health, wealth and poverty, light and darkness, man and beast, plant and insect, are all embraced by the warrior with equal joy and in complete humility, for in his heart of hearts he knows from experience that within the mystery of beingness all are equal. Yet, realize that in having learned what it is to be free the Warriors of Freedom also do not balk at fighting ferociously everything that is inductive to slavery and any being that tries to entice either them or their fellow creatures into bondage. Such is the joy of the warrior and such is his passion for freedom. In that sense of freedom the warrior’s life is one of constant change, constant innovation and is therefore forever new, and each act takes him or her on yet another exciting adventure in the unknown regions of the mystery of beingness.”