If you have a chance to make life better for others, and fail to do so, you are wasting your time on Earth. No matter what our station in life, we are here to serve, even if that sometimes means making the greatest sacrifice of all.
A warrior is challenged to assume responsibility, practice humility, and display the power of giving, and then center his or her life around a core of spirituality. I challenge today's youth to live like a warrior.
For more on the subject, see Winning Through Nonviolence.
Below: I'm reminded of the song "In the Navy," which reminds me of "YMCA," which reminds me of the Village People's Indian chief. I could do a whole posting on how the US military's fear of Indians has transformed into a fear of Muslims and Arabs overseas and women and gays at home.
It's all about the testosterone, the masculine pride. In other words, how the mighty "warrior" can't let anyone challenge his top-dog status.