Tecumseh the Indian Shawnee who one day said
On these days studying some things of tomahawk(Small oval-headed or spherical axe, stone or solid wood, and later iron, with wooden imagery, used as a work tool and as a combat weapon by the Indians of the North American prairies) I came across this quote of Tecumseh an Indian from the tribe of the Shawnee who one day said:
“Live your life in such a way that the fear of death can never enter your heart.
Don’t attack anyone for their religion; respect the ideas of others, and ask that they respect yours.
Love your life, improve your life, embellish the things it gives you.
Try to live long and aim to serve your people.
Prepare a noble song of death for the day you set out for the great separation.
Always say a word or greeting when you meet a friend, even a foreigner, in a lonely place.
Show respect for all people and don’t humiliate yourself in front of anyone.
When you wake up in the morning, thank you for the food and for the joy of life.
If you find no reason to thank, the guilt lies only in yourself.
Do not abuse anything or anyone, because doing so changes wise things in those foolish and deprives the spirit of his visions.
When your time comes to die, do not be like those whose hearts are filled with fear, and when their time comes they will weep and pray for another little time to live their lives differently. maniera diversa.
Sing your death song and die like a hero on his way back to the house.”
Martial art is a path, a lifestyle that can make you better if you can really let go and get rid of fears, live them as they are, live them as you are.
Using the tomahawk in martial practice can give a different perspective on the use of weapons, a study I recommend doing.
Respect yourself and respect others!
“Fearless life immediately makes you twice as good as you are today.”
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