Pulling a trigger. Drawing a bowstring with a nocked arrow. Executing a cross-compartment movement in undulating terrain. Mantracking. Handling weapons. Prepping gear – and then shouldering it and heading out. Thought and action, synergized.
Author Francis Parkman described the path in this way: “There were those among them for whom this stern life had a fascination that made all other existence tame.”
A stern life to be sure, but a life of purpose, not wasted away in static contemplation. Life is not kata; it is about engagement on a path. That is what the EXEMPLAR path is all about.
Time starts now….