Throw Me To The Wolves And I Will Return The Leader Of The Pack

Throw Me To The Wolves And I Will Return The Leader Of The Pack.

Wolves, largest members of the dog family, have a long adversarial history with humans; they are considered one of the animal world’s fearsome and natural villains. Wolves live and hunt in packs. 

When I think of the quote “Throw me to the wolves and I’ll return leading the leading the pack,” I think of just that, someone had  to be put in a situation where they felt unwarned, intimidated, afraid, and unprotected.

So, with courage you can face your fears by ….

  1. Believing in yourself.
  2. Whereever possible, subdue the enemy without fighting.
  3. Victorious warriors win first and then go to war.
  4. Defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.
  5. Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.
  6. He will win who knows when to fight and when not to fight.
  7. Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory.
  8. There are only twelve musical notes, yet the combinations of these twelve give us every melody.
  9. Know yourself.
  10. When you surround an army, leave an outlet free.
  11. Push a desperate foe back just enough to win, and bring them around as a friend.

YOU Are NOT Your Addiction

YOU Are NOT Your Addiction. The ‘Addiction is a disease’ thing is a ‘cop-out’ used in the 12 Step Program. It has a very high failure rate because it is not true. It gives the addict an excuse to shift responsibility away from themselves and see themselves as a victim. Addicts suffer from depression, which is not a disease. It is an easy to treat mental disorder. Fix that and then fix the addiction. But sitting around saying … ” am a victim” or “feel sorry for that addict”, fixes nothing. If you or a loved one has an addiction – don’t just ‘tut tut’ about it, do something about it.