Perhaps far more important than the confidence in one's ability to defend oneself is the confidence in that one is living a life that's purpose is worth defending.
Indeed, while self defense training may make you an audacious foe, woe be it to any man who attacks another who's life is not just deeply rooted in purpose, but a purpose much larger than himself. For such a man, winning is no longer a matter of skill, it is a moral imperative.
If this purpose is buttressed with the knowledge of how to defend it, a more dangerous man than this, you will not find.
Posted by Jared F. Boasen