Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series



Living the Martial Way

How to develop attitudes based on the ancient Asian martial arts.

(A manual for the way a modern warrior should think)

By: Forrest E. Morgan, Maj USAF



“Personal power is quite simply the force that results from freeing yourself from fear of failure, no matter what the consequences.

Man’s greatest fear is death. But think of the power you have when you throw off any fear of dying. “

(Page 278)


Hermit Poet’s Comments: Lose the fear of death and then everything else is small potatoes.


Living the Martial Way: A Manual for the Way a Modern Warrior Should Think by Morgan, Forrest E. (January 1, 1992) Paperback

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