Thursday, 30 October 2014

The Great Warrior

    Photo: Robin Savage

In former times, warriors had codes of conduct: there was a way. A way to fight which was honourable. In Kuri, fighting could only happen between sunrise and sunset. No warrior could kill or injure an unarmed warrior; an unconscious warrior; a warrior who had surrendered; whose back was turned. No warrior could kill or injure a woman or a child. The list continues. But it matters not because now there are no more warriors.