Coaching in Life for Honor
Whenever I want to watch Japanese-inspired samurai movies, the main character draws my attention to what to do, which means sacrificing his life and sacrificing his life. This purpose of accomplishing a certain task is not only for duty but also for something important. What I generally understand is the ability to be rooted in respect and self-esteem. My conscience is training in life to gain respect. Samurai is not only concerned with his personal motives but he is more concerned with self-defense rather than getting caught by others.
The samurai's honor is his most beloved and well-kept treasure. Losing it with or without it means losing shame and pride. The samurai's pride is to live in this world of interaction. Respect is a badge of self-respect given by others. That’s really important. There was also a time when I was reminded of my previous work, in which I managed several game online gamers who paid for the gaming service. Every day that I worked as a game master, I made sure that the integrity of the game and the compatibility, exploitation or cheating of other players were not.
However, even such ideally devised work inevitably led to anomalies and corruption. I wasn't the only game master who worked. I had colleagues, some of whom had different principles. It has come to the point where there is some sort of dishonesty between unethical gamblers and immoral gamemasters. I knew the trading under the table of some players whose online game characters were touted. Even if I could easily make money on the train, money wasn't important to me, so I confronted and talked to my colleagues about it. There didn't seem to be any compromise, and I couldn't do a good job blindly without my colleagues, so I decided to quit. It just implies that I value my sense of self-respect and honor. I would rather go do an action if it would mean that I would gain the two before mentioned. Of course there are times when I make the wrong decisions, but not because I deliberately compromised and gave up my honor for something shallow such as money or fame or the like.
Honor, like a samurai, is important to me. It is my honor that I can command others to communicate with me as I do with others as well. I preserve and maintain this treasure that I have, and rob me of what may never be for me. It may fall short of the mistakes I make in my life, but until my holiness commands me to strive to improve it, I will remain intrinsically self-realized. If there is something that I can do to increase it, I will do it as long as I am able to complete the task. As I live on this earth, respect will be one of my fundamental principles. Respect as a coach in life is intangible yet one of the most concrete things that speaks to my identity.
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