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It’s sometimes referred to as the spirit or the breath of life.

It prescribes our actions and colors our world.

The one who can master the emotions can master actions, and the one who masters actions is

the master of all future realities.

Today we look at the stories of 2 different men, 2 different world views, 2 different

goals, and, ultimately, 2 different paths.

This is Alexander.

He belives that there are two kinds of people in the world: the conquerors and the conquered.

If you want to be great, you have to become a conqueror.

It’s a dog eat dog world, and only the fit survive.

You have to determine who will conquer with you and whom you must conquer.

Alexander read a lot as a kid.

He fell in love with Greek heroes who displayed the highest virtues: courage and bravery.

They were leaders — not followers.

He didn’t have much as a kid and had to work hard for everything he had.

This led him to believe that a persons life is the outcome of their actions and that they

must take complete responsibility for what happens to them.

Physically and intellectually, he held himself to incredibly high standards.

There’s no one he wanted to conquer more than himself, each and every day.

One day, he encountered a homeless man.