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Most of the time it’s my daughter who embodies warrior traits but this time, it is my son. I guess in some ways I was overlooking the obvious with him being a “young man” but rarely did anything fit until this past year. My son resembles Warrior with being ” a skinny kid not into sports.” He dabbled in t-ball, soccer, and basketball and loves playing at home but competitively on a team is a challenge for him.
We decided to put that aside and just concentrate on his schoolwork. Last year he was struggling in Social Studies with the units of ancient civilization. Once he did poorly on some tests, Mom help was needed and I really learned a lot too.
Most of these cultures had people who fought many battles in wanting to overthrow a government they disagreed with. They were warriors and one of his vocabulary words was warlord. Reminds me of WMVII with the “warlord looking up to the heavens…” I loved his textbook but had no idea every chapter depicted warriors in some way. His teacher even made him a warrior in a game when all of his friends were a different class of people like merchants or peasants.
He actually felt pretty proud of that and his next few tests showed much improvement. It also became so empowering for me to remember learning and to see my son grow in his knowledge. The warriors and their battles balanced out with the people of India and their meditation. Both equally important in their own way. All warriors know this.
When the new school year began last fall, it was time for different challenges. My husband decided to focus again on possibly working out this skinny yet strong boy of ours. He bought a beginner’s workout bench with smaller weights. My daughter is also interested so we’ll see what happens. They all worked together assembling the pieces and were excited to get going. My husband still uses his workout bench from high school and wanted to start our son with something new. He seems so young to me in 7th grade but he does have muscle in those arms!
This does very much make me think of Warrior and maybe he can be my son’s inspiration working through his Dad. Even though I usually see my warrior girl in things she does, this warrior boy– almost man could be finding his destiny like another skinny kid back in the day. Who knows what he will do but this Mom is behind him always. 🏋🏻♀️💙💪🏻
~~~ I would love to hear any stories about how Warrior has inspired anyone then and now. Also, any spirit intuitives who have experienced signs like mine are most welcome! We can all support each other with lots of feedback… You can also follow me on twitter @kpdlphn5.
Lots more Warrior inspired writings coming up!!
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That skinny little boy is not so skinny anymore and developing into a strong, and caring young man who I am very proud of!!
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