Senior Don Juan
- Nov 18, 2020
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GREAT post...I agree...So much, I named my daughter Honor!OP, let’s talk about honor. Honor is not what your friends think or what your best friend thinks it is.
Women, as I have observed have a different code and your code is not transferable to them. If you think that they have no honor, you are misapplying honor. Honor cannot be enforced on another.
Honor or lack of honor resides in you and you alone. Greatness is not changing in the face of adversity. Despite all the reasons to. Including social pressure. Honor is ones own personal code. Look at all the crazies running around acting like they’re gut shot because they aren’t getting life for nothing. They made a choice and left the world of honor. Never be the butt end of a joke or the recipient of the actions of those with no honor.
Here are a few things that I like to have and reside in me. I have failed at all of them at different times in my life. There is no shame in failing, you just get back on the horse.
1 Never desert a comrade in need, in danger or in trouble.
2. Never disparage yourself or minimize your strength or power.
3. Never need praise, approval or sympathy.
4. Your self-determinism and your honor are more important than your immediate life. Better to be dead
5. Don’t desire to be liked or admired.
6. Be your own adviser, keep your own counsel and select your own decisions.
7. Do not give or receive communication unless you yourself desire it. (The S&D you guys have been talking about. Been around a very, very long time.)
I did not come up with these. I learned them. I cannot take credit for putting them into words.
You may find other truths about your own honor. Listen to yourself. Go ahead and start now. Begin.