“It’s odd,” says the Warrior of Light to himself. “I have met so many people who, at the first oppoturnity, try to show their very worst qualities. They hide their inner strength behind aggression; they hide their fear of loneliness behind an air of indipendence.They do not believe in their own oppoturnities, but are constantly trumpeting their virtues,”. The warrior reads these messages in many of the men and women he meets. He is never taken in appearances and makes a point out of remaining silent when people trying to impress him. And he uses the occasion to correct his own faults, for others make an excellent mirror.
A warrior takes every oppoturnity to teach himself.