First 10 Codes of Hacomtaewresdo Warriorism

Posted: August 19, 2010 in Martial arts, warrior code, Warrior philosophy

10 Codes of Hacomtaewresdo Warriorism

In the following, the 10 general codes of Hacomtaewresdo Warriorism in no particular order as well as some philosophical quotes. This is the code of warriorism i have lived by my whole life and have taught to many warriors. Study of Warrior philosophy should be apart of any warrior/hero’s trainning, as all trainning is not physical.

Respect – To consider worthy of high regard
Respect is shown to all unless they show they do not deserve it. It is understood not all deserve respect and respect is only shown to those who desreve it.
* If you cannot humble yourself to others, how can they humble themselves to you

Discipline – Instruction. Trainning in a field of study. Trainning that corrects, molds, or perfects the mental faculties or moral character. Orderly or prescribed conduct or behavior.
*We are more anxious to speak or do than we are to listen or observe.

Dedication – Self sacrificing devotion.
the only way to be able to perfornmat one’s best and to achieve the greatest results is through dedication. you should be dedicated to excellence in all you do.
*Mediocrity is the hand rail the unmotivated use to hold their   weak spirits upright.
*Popularity is the small change of the riches of being a legend

Self Control – Restraint excercized over one’s impulses, emotions, and desires.
The warrior must excercize control over their power so that they do not abuse or misuse it. In life, the warrior faces much struggle, fustration, sadness, and even heartache. In these hard times, the warrior cannot let these things change them for the negative, they must have self control, and stick to their righteous teachings and morals. They gain experience through overcomming the struggle which make them a warrior in the first place.
* We cannot shake hands with clenched fists

Responsibility- Able to answer for one’s conduct and obligations. Trustworthy. Able to choose for oneself between right and wrong.
Being responsible is  how a warrior lives up to their duties and purpose in life. They are trustworthy and able to be depended upon, even sacrificing of themselves to fufill their duties. They will stop whatever they are doing to be of help or aid to someone in need, and are a rock in the lives of their friends, family, and community as well as the world.
*It is the responsibility of the warrior to be a role model and promote the spread of positive ideals and behavior.

Integrity – Firm adherence to a code of moral or artistic values. Soundness. Incorruptability. The quality or state of being undivided or complete. Honest.
Character of the warrior, they always maintain their integrity, never allowing themselves to become corrupted by outside situations or influences. they maintain their high moral fiber and righteousness, and strive to constantly better themselves. It is not easy, but they do so without fail.
* In great affairs, men show themselves as they wish to be seen. In small affairs they show themselves as they truly are. dont believe in what you see, believe in what you know.

Honorable – A person of superior standing. One whose worth brings respect.
The warrior arts and lifestyle revolve around honor and being honorable. Ti is a trait of the hero, and attains the trust and respect of others.
* If you want to know what a person is truly like, take notice of how they act during hard times and desperate situations.
*People do not seem to realize that doing what is right is no gurantee against misfortune. You do what is right because it is right, because you should, and because you can make a difference.

Indomitable – Incapable of being subdued. Unconquerable. Courage.
T very big tenet of the warrior is remainning indomitable and having an indomitable spirit. This is where the warrior(or hero) gets the courage to stand up for right for themselves, others, their community and for good in the world in general. The wqarrior always stands firm and never gives in to fear. Although it is a natural emotion, the warrior knows this and does not give into it cause they see it (fear)as comming from within, and see giving in to it as self defeat. Be it versus the enemy on the field of battle or versus the hard times and tough situations in life.
* You do not hold your own in the world by standing on guard, but by attacking and getting well hammered yourself.

Perseverance – To remain steadfast.
Like indomitable spirit, this is like not giving up or giving in. Not on youself or what you may be able to accomplish.the warrior knows that if they maintain perseverance, there is nothing they cannot accomplish. The warrior perseveres through all struggles.
*It is the journey that makes us, not the destination.
*Well begun is halfway done.

Perfection – Freedom from fault or defect. Flawlessness. Exemplification of suppreme excellence. an unsurpassable degree of accuracy or excellence.
The highest ideal the warrior strives to embody their entire lifetime in all their actions. This is how the warrior becomes the best at all they do and achieve mastery in their lives down the path of learning. The warrior lives with no regrets because they strive for perfection everyday in their lives and  live knowing they did their best which is all they can do.


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