Warriors are those in the last two categories. Warriors not only feel a duty to fight, they love to fight.
Merely fighting does not make one a warrior. A warrior is a person whose calling is to fight. Just as some think they have been called to become ministers or priests, some think they were born to be warriors or were called to warriors.
People are not born warriors; they must become warriors. Becoming a warrior is not as easy as completing a couple of months of basic training. Although basic training is the first step in warrior training, it is not when a warrior’s training first begins. Training to become a warrior begins in infancy. Everything a child experiences and learns during his or her early years and years of growth helps determine whether the child will grow into a warrior, or just another ordinary person. Warriors know early in their life that they are protectors.