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Although I have been through all that I have, I do not regret the many hardships I met, because it was they who brought me to the place I wished to reach.
Paulo Coelho
Un guerriero della luce presta attenzione agli occhi di un bambino. Perché quegli occhi sanno vedere il mondo senza amarezza.
Paulo Coelho (Warrior of the Light)
The Warrior of Light knows the importance of intuition. In the midst of battle he has no time to think about the enemy’s blows – so he uses his instinct and obeys his angel. In times of peace he deciphers the signs that God sends him. People say: ‘He’s crazy.’ Or else: ‘He lives in a fantasy world.’ Or even: ‘How can he put his trust in such illogical things?’ But the warrior knows that intuition is God’s alphabet, and so he continues to listen to the wind and talk to the stars.
Paulo Coelho (The Book of Manuals)
I never get involved in something without having first worked out my retreat; then again, I have never gone into a situation and immediately wanted to run straight out again,’ came the answer.
Paulo Coelho (Manual of The Warrior of Light)
He often finds himself faced by the same problems and situations, and seeing these difficult situations return, he grows depressed, thinking
Paulo Coelho (Manual of The Warrior of Light)
He had never thought of himself as a warrior of light. The woman seemed to read his thoughts. ‘Everyone is capable of these things. And, though no one thinks of themselves as a warrior of light, we all are.’ He looked at the blank pages in the notebook. The woman smiled again. ‘Write about that warrior,’ she said.
Paulo Coelho (Manual of The Warrior of Light)
A warrior of light knows what he wants. And he has no need to waste time on explanations.
Paulo Coelho (Manual of The Warrior of Light)
Then the warrior realises that these repeated experiences have but one aim: to teach him what he does not want to learn.
Paulo Coelho (Manual of The Warrior of Light)
Every warrior of light has felt afraid of going into battle. Every warrior of light has, at some time in the past, lied or betrayed someone. Every warrior of light has trodden a path that was not his. Every warrior of light has suffered for the most trivial of reasons. Every warrior of light has, at least once, believed that he was not a warrior of light. Every warrior of light has failed in his spiritual duties. Every warrior of light has said ‘yes’ when he wanted to say ‘no’. Every warrior of light has hurt someone he loved. That is why he is a warrior of light, because he has been through all this and yet has never lost hope of being better than he is.
Paulo Coelho (Manual of The Warrior of Light)
His friends say: ‘Look, he’s lost all enthusiasm.’ But he pays no attention to such remarks because his friends do not understand his tactics.
Paulo Coelho (Manual of The Warrior of Light)
He looks to either side of him and identifies his friends. He looks behind him and identifies his opponents. He is implacable with treachery, but he does not seek revenge; he merely drives away the enemies of his life, never fighting with them any longer than is necessary.
Paulo Coelho (Manual of The Warrior of Light)
When his people are oppressed, freedom is a very clear concept. At such times, using sword and shield, he fights as long as he has breath and life. When contrasted with oppression, freedom is easy to understand: it is the opposite of slavery.
Paulo Coelho (Manual of The Warrior of Light)
The activities and choices of everyday life are made on a tactical level. The fight is daily. The trajectory of your lifetime, however, is a strategic matter. Your tactical (daily) choices are made in light of the strategic (big picture) trajectory. Mission first. Live and die by your training in the finest warrior’s manual ever written—the Word of God.
William G. Boykin (The Warrior's Soul: Five Powerful Principles to Make You a Stronger Man of God)