Training is just a tool. It is not a purpose. If your aim is to be good at training, than what is your purpose ?
I was asked today how to find a purpose by a student. He asked how to get out of depression and depression is a lack of purpose.
People survived and thrived for eons with a single purpose. It can be raising the next generation, it can be teaching a principle or knowledge of value and it can be dance.
It is purpose we seek and it is purpose that gives our lives meaning. Training is again, just a tool.
- Clarity – What mark you wish to leave in your wake – education ? Knowledge ? A stronger clan ?
- Competence – Strive to be good in what you do.
- Consistency – Do what matters every day. Value your time and your life.
Read this article for more information and always aim to appreciate knowledge outside the immediate circle of your practice. A Samurai leaned to arrange flowers to harness his spirit, A soldier of these days may wish to invest in electronics, languages and a multitude of other subjects. The world is as big as we make it.