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You can be all you were created to be. The best way to do that is to become a Mutuality Warrior.

Who is the Mutuality Warrior? He is the person best prepared to survive and experience meaning in his living. He knows how to live his life reasonably safe from destructiveness without withdrawing or hiding from things that he fear and apparent danger. He is a happy person who enjoys life.
The Mutuality Warrior does not depend upon any security agency or other people to protect him. Like all aware people, he knows that very often those who boast the loudest about their interest in protecting others themselves succumb to self-destuctiveness or to being destroyed by others. The aware person who cares about himself will not abdicate his personal responsibility to protect himself and to survive, and beyond that, to experience meaning in his life, to any security agency or anybody or anything, except himself. "Self-preservation is the first law of nature." A person is best prepared to assist others when he is best for himself. Perhaps, this is what Shakespeare meant when he said, "To thine own self be true and you then cannot be false to any man."
A person becomes a Mutuality Warrior when he embraces the Mutuality philosophy.* Each Mutuality Warrior has his own journey - his own unique mission - and, in a real sense, he must make it alone. The most important things in life a person must do for himself. Surely there will be travelers on the way and there will be those in need of the Mutuality Warrior's assistance and those who want to share with him, but the journey is his alone. This he knows and accepts without reservation. Also of significance to the Mutuality Warrior is for him to sing his own song, whether he is alone or in the presence of others. Essentially, he is his own song. In order for him to be authentic he has no other choice than to sing his own song.
The lyrics in "Sing Your Own Song,
capture the message and spirit of the Mutuality Warrior. I call any person a Mutuality Warrior who demonstrates by his quality livingness (not to be confused with the superficial things that are often equated with successful living) and declares confidently and with enthusiasm that singing his own song is the truth that he knows, lives and has set him free.

Sing Your Own Song
Sing your own song and make your own music.
You are a natural-born musicmaker and the chief musician of your life.
The music and lyrics within your soul anxiously wait to be expressed in song.
The turbulent-like vibrations in your soul will not subside until you give a winged voice to your soul's music; So lift up your voice and sing.
Let the music be heard in resounding song. The angels are waiting for you to sing your song.
Others may listen to you sing your song and they may enjoy your music, But only you can sing your song.
Let this refrain, "sing your own song," frequently remind you to "sing your own song."

(*To learn more about the Mutuality Warrior read "The Mutuality Warrior" by Uriah J. Fields. Click on "Books on Human Development" by Uriah J. Fields for complete details on how to order your copy of this book.)

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Uriah J. Fields
P. O. Box 4770
Charlottesville, VA 22905

Copyright 2003 by Uriah J. Fields
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