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#80 The Warrior

The warrior never uses power over

The warrior uses power for


The warrior never torments the weak

The warrior pushes the weak behind him so he can face the tormentors


The warrior defends and protects

The warrior is never aggressive, but dauntless


The warrior trains continuously

For it is better to be a warrior in a garden than to be a gardener in a war


The warrior never seeks violence

Unless violence is the only path to peace


The warrior understands people

For he can defend one man or a thousand by psychology alone


The sword in its scabbard preserves peace

But once the sword is removed, the warrior is prepared


The warrior is never a violent man

The warrior is a monster, who keeps his violence under constant conscious control


A soldier fights for those who order him

The warrior fights for those who depend on him


The warrior stands before his aggressors

Beside his brothers

And in front of his loved ones


The warrior is not the one who has no fear

But one who sets his fear aside to accomplish his task


The warrior doesn’t fight for his family because they are weak

He fights because his family is important


Diplomats continue talking because they know they will never be called upon to fight

Once the warrior is finished talking, be afraid


The warrior fights when it is right, or serves a greater purpose

Not when he is angry, or his ego bruised


The warrior stops fighting when the battle is won, and the aggressor is beaten

For enemy can become a friend if a battle serves to overcome or to defeat, not to humiliate


The warrior fights to defend

Not to conquer


A violent man is quick to talk and quick to fight

The warrior is patient before, during, and after battle


A violent man brags of his meager exploits

The warrior never divulges his expertise


The warrior never seeks validation outside himself

For he will be a slave to fleeting opinions forever


Once the warrior has fought for their welfare

The people should never claim they no longer need warriors





Tai Chi will be canceled this Saturday

March 1st, Tri State will be $70 cash per visit




Joe “Weeg” Weigant is a Licensed Massage Therapist, Holistic Health Practitioner, Herbalist, Metaphysician, and Empowerment Coach. He combines bodywork, energy work, and coaching to improve quality of life by healing from the outside in and from the inside out. Weeg coaches his clients to drop the white flag of victimhood and pick up the banner of empowerment, inspiring them to stop riding in life’s trunk and take the wheel of their lives.

Weeg sells Nature’s Sunshine Products, Pure Herbs Ltd., doTERRA, and Juice Plus+. Weeg suggests lifestyle changes and provides herbal remedies to his clients build new habits for long life and vibrant health. He teaches Karate and Tai Chi, Reiki Certification, as well as seminars and workshops in metaphysical and spiritual matters. Weeg is available for sessions at Tri State Holistic Wellness by appointment only.


Contact by text 812.568.5356, or Facebook Messenger to set an appointment.



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