A Warrior for the Human Spirit
A Warrior for the Human Spirit is a decent human being who aspires to be of service in an indecent, inhumane time. . . . The warrior tradition is found in many cultures. . . . In Tibetan, the word for warrior, pawo, means one who is brave, brave enough to never resort to aggression or fear to accomplish their purposes.
. . . Warriors for the Human Spirit train in service to people, to support our best human capacities, for generosity, compassion, altruism, curiosity, creativity, caring.
— Margaret Wheatley, Who Do We Chose to Be?