- Variety: Use principled based multiple methodologies quickly, aggressively and intuitively.
- Rapidity: Application of multiple principled based methodologies rapidly. Once you begin, commit, continue to apply actions quickly and relentlessly until the fight ends, it must not slow or hesitate anywhere in the process, ever (It must continue and it must accelerate).
- Harmony: To harmonize our efforts proactive and avoid passivity. To harmonize the multiple principled methodologies of our tactics while maintaining a cohesion of our strategies and goals.
- Intuitiveness: Assuming a high tempo, rhythm and cadence quickly and consistently while rapidly exploiting gifts or those opportunities you create and the adversary presents to take the intuitive and press that hard, fast and with proactive effort.
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Friday, April 29, 2016
Thursday, April 28, 2016
- Tendency toward a strict hierarchical structure, with the male holding the higher status and the first born son also holding such status.
- Males holding higher value simply because of the perception that they carry on the family name, i.e., lineage.
- Females due to a perception of less importance to the family and tribe hold a lessor role.
- The female role is passive and must adhere to the husband’s family, be subservient to the males, do the domestic thing and of course bear male children.
- The male role is as a provider to the family and to the tribe or group, to be a good son; obligations to be a father and good husband second as to obligation over the duty as a son.
- The patriarchal husband-wife relationship.
- Respect for ancestors and the elderly who hold a special status in the family and group.
- Loyalty beyond reproach to authority figures.
- One way communications, i.e., adults speak to children.
- An obligation toward collectivism with a family and group focus toward interdependence.
- Family is central and the primary social unit, group or tribe.
- Behavior of the individual reflects on the entire family and group where harmony is paramount.
- The group is about discipline where shame and guilt are used for control and to train children.
- Loyalty and honor to family while avoiding shame and embarrassment is required.
- Problems are hidden and avoided publicly and handled within the family and group.
- Mental issues outside the culture of harmony, loyalty, etc.s are shameful and represents failure.
- Emotional traits are not displayed and when controlled and hidden are seen as a sign of maturity and self-control.
- Care and concern are demonstrated by meeting physical needs.
- Males, especially fathers, are authoritative and distant, showing hardly any emotions, and primary duties involve providing for the family and groups economic and physical needs.
- Females, the mothers, are more responsive to offspring but with less nurturing and more verbal and physical punishments; they meet emotional needs of children and server as an intermediary with the father.
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