This is not your typical book on martial arts philosophy in that it contains neither ambiguous one-liners of wisdom nor zen riddles. What it does contain is a wealth of deeply pondered wisdom that is relevant to all warriors and aspiring warriors. If you're someone who understands that being a warrior means far more than possessing physical attributes or a state of mind, but that being a warrior is a way of life, then this book is for you.
In this book Bohdi Sanders has collected 167 bits of wisdom pertinent to the warrior lifestyle and expounded upon them with his own thoughts, in order to apply them to everyday life in the twenty-first century. His collection of wisdom comes from a variety of different people, ranging from the ones you would expect such as Sun Tzu and Miyamoto Musashi to ones such as George Washington and Napoleon Bonaparte.
Warrior Wisdom additionally has a tremendous amount of inspirational value. It is the kind of book that can be read over and over, and if you're at a point where you need motivation in your training, picking up this book and reading a few passages from it just may be the thing that prods you to drive on.