The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Body and Soul - - Lifestyle -


It’s time to awaken the war­rior within you. Your war­rior’s voice has been sub­dued and you be­lieve life has con­trol over you and not the other way around. Ask your­self if you are happy in your cur­rent sit­u­a­tion. Do you feel pas­sion and joy in all as­pects of your life? To be a Com­pas­sion­ate Samu­rai is to re­alise that you can achieve ex­traor­di­nary re­la­tion­ships, ad­vance to the top of your ca­reer and en­joy fi­nan­cial pros­per­ity, while en­joy­ing in­ner per­sonal sat­is­fac­tion.


Con­grat­u­la­tions, you are al­ready fol­low­ing the path of the Com­pas­sion­ate Samu­rai. You have what it takes to carry on the samu­rai’s hon­ourable tra­di­tion of dis­play­ing in­tegrity and ethics, while be­ing bold and coura­geous in busi­ness af­fairs and in life. You are a bea­con to those around you and your val­ues are in­stru­men­tal in at­tract­ing what you want out of life.


You are on your way to be­com­ing a for­mi­da­ble war­rior. You have what it takes but some­times doubt holds you back. But it’s not how you start, it’s how you fin­ish that counts. Life is a col­lec­tion of ex­pe­ri­ences; some great and oth­ers not so great. All of th­ese ex­pe­ri­ences can work to­gether for your ul­ti­mate good, if you learn the lessons they have to teach you. Com­pas­sion­ate Samu­rai are con­tin­u­ally learn­ing, which means there is an al­lowance for mis­takes. Last­ing change only oc­curs through rep­e­ti­tion, emo­tional in­volve­ment or a com­bi­na­tion of both.

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