Thank you for the opportunity to help you with your question!
The way of the Samurai, a small text written in the mid-ninth century by a Japanese Samurai who became a monk in the Zen Buddhist religion, explains the essence of being a warrior. The text explains the meaning of being loyal and serving the community as a warrior. It addresses the need to focus on three essential values - humanity, courage and loyalty. Such virtues, in the ancient Japanese and Chinese social orders, were the basis of leadership.The article also explains the existence of life after death, in the context of Samurai warriors. In a nutshell, the article is an explanation of the life of a Samurai (warrior) from the perspective of Chinese philosophy and Buddhist ideology.
Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions.
15 Million Students Helped!
Sign up to view the full answer