Who is the Mutuality Warrior? He is the person best prepared to survive and experience meaning in his living. He knows how to live his life reasonably safe from destructiveness without withdrawing or hiding from things that he fears and apparent danger. He is a happy person who enjoys life.
A person becomes a Mutuality Warrior when he embraces the Mutuality philosophy. The seven Mutuality principles are: responsibility, freedom, love-power, creativeness, self-transcendence, commitment and enjoyment.
Mutuality, in essence, is the concept of man as a responsible being, with his own happiness as both the practical and ultimate purpose of his life, with creative expression as his noblest activity and love as his only absolute. (Love is the good we do and it alone when well served is always good and right in every situation.)
Each Mutuality Warrior has his own journey - his own unique mission - and, in a real sense, he must make it alone. The most important things in life a person must do for himself. Surely there will be travelers along the way and there will be those in need of the Mutuality Warrior's assistance and those who want to share with him, but the journey is his alone. This he knows and accepts without reservation. The Mutualty Warrior sings his own song, whether he is alone or in the presence of others. He is his own song. In order for him to be authentic he has no other choice than to sing his own song. These are the lyrics to "Sing Your Own Song," which he sings confidently and with enthusiasm:
"Sing your own song and make your own music;
You are a natural-born musicmaker and the chief
musician of your life;
The music and lyrics within your soul anxiously
wait to be expressed in song;
The turbulent-like vibrations in your soul will not
subside until you give a winged voice to your
So lift up your voice and sing;
Let the music be heard in resounding song.
The angels are waiting for you to sing your song.
Others may listen to you sing your song and they
may enjoy your music;
But only you can sing your song
Let this refrain, "sing your own song," frequently
remind you to "sing your own song."
I call any person a Mutuality Warrior who
demonstrates by his quality livingness (not to be
confused with the superficial things that are often
equated with successful living) that he loves and celebrates life. Below is another song, "I am In
the Mutuaity Warrior stance," that the Mutuality
Warrior sings. This song consists of a perplexing question and a blessed assurance answer.
How are we to live our lives reasonable safe from
destructiveness without withdrawing or hiding to
avoid things we fear and apparent danger?
The answer is: Live in the Mutuality Warrior stance.
I am in the Mutuality Warrior stance when I lift my
right hand against destructiveness, extend my
left hand in caring and raise my two hands
in praise. Right hand, left hand, two hands; in praise.
"The pledge of the Mutuality Warrior" proclaims what the actions as signified by the left hand,
right hand, and two hands, mean when applied
in daily living. It is to be memorized by the Mutuality Warrior.
I lift my right hand against destructiveness. I extend my left hand in caring, I raise my two hands in praise.
With my right hand I confront fear, oppose greed,
deflate egoism, challenge laziness, disarm the abuser,
expose the manipulator and deprive the parasite.
These are seven destroyers of life.
With my left hand I administer compassion, embrace
intimacy, engage in play, express uniqueness, bestow
honor inspire oneness and give all to love.
These are seven enhancers of life.
With my two hands I glorify God, enjoy salvation,
maximize health, empower friends, proclaim truth,
safeguard freedom and promote peace.
These are seven delights of life.
In this full life stance I am; I know; I feel; I do;
I transcend. I am being the knowing, the feeling, the doing, the transcending.
The aforementioned information should be
read and reread, experientially when possible, to
ascertain knowledge, wisdom and, insights from
this comprehensive but compact overview of
Mutuality and, especially, the Mutuality Warrior
and Mutualiy warriorship.
If you would like to know more about
Mutuality warriorship write to me at the address
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on the Mutuality Warrior read the book,
"The Mutuality Warrior" by Uriah J. Fields
(138 pages; 5.5 x 8.5. Send $9.95 plus $3.00 handling charges,
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Charlottesville, VA 22905
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