The Way Of The Modern Warrior: Living The Samurai Ideal In The 21st Century

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The Way Of The Modern Warrior: Living The Samurai Ideal In The 21st Century

by Stephen F. Kaufman

Tuttle Publishing | November 10, 2012 | Trade Paperback

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Living the Samurai Ideal in the 21st Century. The Way of the Modern Warrior is an explanation of the samurai philosophy of Japan's fiercest warriors, practiced for over 1000 years. The author, Hanshi Stephen Kaufman, has been a warrior for 50 years, first as a member of the military, then as an advisor to the military, and finally as one of the world's most distinguished martial artists. In his years of experience he has collected the wisdom that comes from practicing martial arts through countless lessons learned and lessons taught. The 55 precepts in his new book are result of those years of experience and they will guide the modern day warrior as they devote energy and creativity to their lives. These principles and philosophies include Kaufman's insights about: - Arrogance" - "Ease and Grace" - "Wise Men and Evil" - "Being Genuine" - "Shame and the Glory" The Way of the Modern Warrior is an essential handbook for the modern-day samurai warrior who lives by honor, duty and service. "

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 128 pages, 8.01 × 5.29 × 0.38 in

Published: November 10, 2012

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 4805311975

ISBN - 13: 9784805311974

Found in: Sports and Fitness

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The Way Of The Modern Warrior: Living The Samurai Ideal In The 21st Century

The Way Of The Modern Warrior: Living The Samurai Ideal In The 21st Century

by Stephen F. Kaufman

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 128 pages, 8.01 × 5.29 × 0.38 in

Published: November 10, 2012

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 4805311975

ISBN - 13: 9784805311974

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Living the Samurai Ideal in the 21st Century. The Way of the Modern Warrior is an explanation of the samurai philosophy of Japan's fiercest warriors, practiced for over 1000 years. The author, Hanshi Stephen Kaufman, has been a warrior for 50 years, first as a member of the military, then as an advisor to the military, and finally as one of the world's most distinguished martial artists. In his years of experience he has collected the wisdom that comes from practicing martial arts through countless lessons learned and lessons taught. The 55 precepts in his new book are result of those years of experience and they will guide the modern day warrior as they devote energy and creativity to their lives. These principles and philosophies include Kaufman's insights about: - Arrogance" - "Ease and Grace" - "Wise Men and Evil" - "Being Genuine" - "Shame and the Glory" The Way of the Modern Warrior is an essential handbook for the modern-day samurai warrior who lives by honor, duty and service. "

About the Author

Stephen F. Kaufman is the author of the best selling book, Musashi's Book of Five Rings: The Definitive Interpretation of Miyamoto Musashi's Classic Book of Strategy, Sun Tzu's Art of War, and The Shogun Scrolls. Acknowledged as the true founding father of American Karate, he has been elected to the title and rank of Hanshi, 10th Dan, the highest and most prestigious rank in the martial arts world. Mr. Kaufman lives in New York City but travels extensively holding seminars and teaching the principles for personal and professional excellence through the use of bushido.