I was discussing a situation with a friend about how if you have had proper training you will generally be more aware of physical situations and your emotions. I have been involved with fighting as a form of exercise since I was 12, and I have been in more fights, both in and out of a ring, than I can count on all my fingers and toes. These experiences have brought me to see how people deal with a male becoming violent and belligerent as well as how they deal with females being the same way. Most people in our society will not cause harm to anyone unless they feel it is necessary, but there are a few in our population who feel it is an achievement to be feared by others. These few have somehow been passed on genetically, have had a situation happen to them in which it makes them feel like it is necessary for success, or simply grew up in this environment and know no different on how they are. I do not blame them for their incompetence on their actions, and I do believe they can become better people. I generally group them into a non-gender-based aspect because it happens no matter the gender.
There are many people in this world who say being humble is the best way to be. It has been my experience, with much bias, that being humble only allows you to accept what is already going to happen and acknowledge that it is a precursor to living. When you are young you want the world at your fingertips and patience is not a practice that comes naturally. The world is seen through so many eyes and the visions we see are different from one person to the next. The world is in chaos at this time and it is not going to get better. Do we shut out the cries from the wild, lie to ourselves that our children, our future, are going to be all right, and do we elongate the anguish by continuing down the path we are going? The load we, as humans, bear is larger than we can imagine, and we need all hands to participate in accepting our fate and becoming better biological beings.