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Spotterup promotes the idea of the classical "whole" man found in ancient texts. For our modern day he is the GUNFIGHTER WRITER WILDMAN MONK: Man of Action, Man of Intellect, Man of Emotion, Man of Spirit.
A man needs to have a lot of heart, and act daily as if he is short on life. In medieval symbolism the skull represents life. It can also represent death. Our skull with the heart for a crown represents living and dying and man must operate as if he connected to the best parts of himself, the creative, spiritual, and wild parts of himself. He is the whole man. He is a fighter, a creator, a reckless, wild animal and a God fearing and humble man. Oh, but he is much more, far more...
Consider the Athenian ideal of a balanced education. From the book Greek Realities: Life and Thought in Ancient Greece, By Finley Hooper "They could play some flute but should not neglect wrestling." They avoided the excesses of life. They might focus on music or philosophy but spent enough time so that their bodies did not become soft."
A Spotter is known as the consummate Chessman. He identifies issues, gathers information on the threats, devises a plan, and executes it successfully. In heraldry, the skull represents victory of life over death, and Thanks our spotter tower is a fortress that is a testament to his ability. Sometimes success is achieved by looking inside rather than beyond, and it is gained by listening to what you ‘know’. He is the sentinel that watches over others, himself, and learns in order that he can point the way out of danger. AUT INVENIUM VIAM AUT FACIAM-I will either find a way or I will make one. Legend has it that the military commander Hannibal said this to his generals after they told him it was impossible to cross the Alps on elephants.