The Warrior Ethos, on the contrary, mandates respect for the enemy. The foe is granted full honor as a fighting man and defender of his home soil and values.
Tribes live by the siege mentality. They see themselves as surrounded, outnumbered and ever in peril.
The capacity for empathy and self-restraint will serve us powerfully, not only in our external wars but in the conflicts within our own hearts.
Note: How can I develop and increase this capacity?
How is Arjuna instructed to do this? By the practice of self-discipline.
Note: Ah. Okay then.