The long post below, on procrastination, has no pictures, which feels right.
But it doesn't feel right to have an altogether pictureless day, so here's a samurai, circa 1870 (from here).
The Warrior made a little ripple in my mind after I posted about Avatar. The Warrior is an energy I've barely paid any attention to, especially not in my self.
Growing up during Vietnam War, I first met the warrior as a muddled and misguided figure, not an attractive picture.
One reason I love Captain Kirk is that he models a kind of warrior I can relate to (sort of)--a goofy one, able to laugh at himself and keep his role in perspective.
A more tragic but good warrior image is in The Seven Samurai, which shows that, in proper balance, the warrior serves the people. A society that centers around serving the warrior is out of whack.
Anyway, as I think about what in the world I want to do next, I want to meet my warrior self more.
I know she's in there, she's just been sleeping.