MUTUALITY BEST LIFE BOOK


 

The Mutuality Warrior
The Person Best Prepared to Survive 
and experience meaning in Survival
Uriah J. Fields

Mutuality Best Life Book

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Dedication:
To my paternal Grandfather,
(Benjamin F. Fields born during Slavery)
my first Warrior, who influenced my own
life more than any other single person
and to all people everywhere who yearn
to be free, happy and have peace

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Pledge of the Mutuality Warrior

I lift my right hand against destructiveness.
I extend my left hand in caring.
With my right hand I confront fear, oppose
greed, deflate egotism, challenge laziness,
disarm the abuser, expose the manipulator
and deprive the parasite.
These are seven destroyers of life.
With my left hand I administer compassion,
embrace intimacy, engage in play, express
uniqueness, bestow praise, inspire oneness
and give all to love.
These are seven "enhancers" of life.
In this full life stance I am; I  know; I feel; I do.
I am being the knowing, the feeling the doing.

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From back cover of the book

Social Psychology/Love

The Mutuality Warrior

     A new book by the author of Mutuality: The Full
Life Process
and Be the Best: Do It Easy, Do It Now
is an event of  note for the  seeker who  dares to 
envision  potential  living  as  his  lifestyle, be a
responsible person and embrace freedom, safety
and peace. Uriah J. Fields  has  been  engaged
professionally in education, theology and social
psychology  for  more  than  three  decades.
How are we to live our lives reasonably safe from
destructiveness without withdrawing or hiding
to avoid thing we fear and apparent danger?
Mutuality practitioner Uriah J. Fields now points the
way toward confronting and managing destructiveness
while simultaneously extending caring in this
compelling book. The Mutuality Warrior establishes
beyond any doubt the need for  people to become
Mutuality Warriors and shows why we, as  a society,
cannot afford not to. This book  is  an  expos`e on
the  preparation  of  the  Mutuality  Warrior  and
travelogue of his journey.
   Uriah J. Fields, A composer, author, former public 
school teacher and pastor was the original secretary
and a founder  of  the  Montgomery  Improvement
Association  which  provide  leadership  for the
Montgomery Bus Boycott and a United States Army
veteran  of  the  Korean War. Born  in  Sunflower,
Alabama, he  lived  in California  for  more  than 
thirty  years  where  he  was  president  of  the
American Christian Freedom Society and the and a
Resident fellow of the Mutuality Center for Creative
Living (A.M.F.), two organizations he helped to found.
      Also Dr. Fields is the author of Inside the
Montgomery Bus Boycott, Grandpa Benjamin,
Religion Par Excellence: Actualization of the
Seven Storey Nature of Man
and The Saint
Troubadour: Speaking and Singing Truth and
Love
. He lives in Charlottesville, Virginia. 

                            CONTENTS

Preface  9
Introduction 13

Part One: the Preparation

A.   Awareness: Of Yourself and the Way of the
      Mutuality Warrior
      1. The Human Condition and the need
          for Mutuality Warriors  19
      2. The Paths of Power  23
      3. Mutuality: The Full Life Process  26
      4. The Synthesis-Synopsis                           
          Paths of Power  31
B. The Practicum: A Mutuality Warrior Intern
      5. Stand Inviolate in Your Uniqueness  54
      6. Discernment and Wisdom  57
      7. Balance and Alignment  61
      8. A Mutuality Warrior's
          Peace Instruments  65
      9.  The Fullness of Life  72
    10. A Mutuality Warrior's Robes  76

                Part Two: The Song
                          
The Journey  81

                         Appendix

              Full Life Process Songs

Who are You Mutuality Warrior?  104
My Dear Friend We Welcome You  106
Come On and Celebrate  109
You Have the Healing Power  112
Coming Home to Africa  114
O Mutuality Warrior, Lift your Right
    Hand Against Destructiveness  119                      
The Mutuality Warrior's Song  124
Praise, Praise, Praise  127
Goodbye for Now  132

Epilogue:
Warriorship and You  136

Salient Quotations in this Book

I have come that men may have life, and have it in all
its fullness.
JESUS

But They shall sit every man under his vine and under
his fig tree; and none shall make them afraid.
MICAH

First of all, although  men  have  a common  destiny,
each individual also has to work out his own
personal salvation for himself in  fear and  trembling.
We can help one another to find the meaning of life
no doubt. But in  the  last  analysis, the  individual
person  is responsible for  living his  own life  and
for 'finding  himself,' If  he persists  in  shifting  his
responsibility to somebody else, he fails to find out
the meaning of his own existence. You cannot  tell
me who I  am, and I cannot  tell you  who  you are.
If you do not know your own identity, who is going
to identify you? 
THOMAS MERTON

Live all you can: It's a mistake not to. It doesn't so
much matter what you do in particular as long as
you have your own life.
HENRY JAMES

But where was I to start? The world is so vast.
I shall start with the country I know best, my own.
But my country is so very large, I had better start
with my town, but my town too, is large. I had best
start with my street. No: my home. No: my family.
Never mind, I shall start with myself.
ELIE WIESEL

And now am I their song. JOB

                          
Preface

     This book is about a way of being. Since there
is more than a single way of being we have no
intention of denying their existence or evaluating
them. The way of being presented in this volume
has the  distinction  of being  unique  in that it
conforms to the twofold nature of man and his
environment. Being an ecological approach its
focus is on man and his relationship to his world,
with primary  emphasis on  the  maximization of
harmony between the two. "Toward being a
Mutuality Warrior," is a more particularized way
of expressing  this  adventful  lifestyle. With
conviction, the author categorically declares
that the present condition of human existence
makes it imperative that he say to his fellow-
human beings that becoming Mutuality Warriors
is the way  they can  best  demonstrate that
they really care about themselves and others.
     What can be called the "refrain" of the Song
of Creation proclaimed at the end of each day
of Creation following the first day is: "And God
saw that it was good," except for the last day
when it became, "It was very good." Today,
aeons and  ages  later, good remains in the
world and it is, in part, the goodness  of man
who was the "Masterpiece of Creation." But
there is evill -- madness and badness in the
world and it is  threatening to  overcome good
and prevail. The evidence is nearly everywhere.
The human race is beset by problems and not
least among them is man's inhumanity to man
which occurs on a grandiose scale unparalleled
in all human history. Human destructiveness
brought on by drug abuse, violence, poverty
(often in the midst of affluence), homelessness,
blatant and  sometimes  vicious immorality,
pollution  and  political  corruption  make it
unmistakable clear, to all who can see, that
we are in a crucible which an increasing number
of people feel we cannot extricate ourselves
from. Can we survive? Hopelessness which
is causing some people to self-destruct, even
to commit suicide; some by sudden termination
of life and others by extended dying, particularly
induced  by  drugs  and  psychological  stress
indicates that survival without meaning ultimately
becomes non-survival.
      Given  the  existing  condition  of  human
existence it appears that only Mutuality Warriors
can reverse the direction we are headed and  bring
about a restoration and maybe, a transformation,
of  man  and  his world. Scientists,  physicians,
lawyers, teachers, ministers, soldiers and other
specialists, as well as non-specialists, do not have
the power or the  methodology  of a committed
lifestyle to deal effectively with the overall human
condition. As a matter of fact, these people are
much too often, a part of the problem. They do
not have the discipline, compassion or self-
independence that are necessary for bringing
about a drastic change in individuals and society.
Even a soldier is lacking in many of the  most
rudimentary qualities possessed by the Mutuality
Warrior. The  soldier  is automatized incapable
of functioning  alone  with  the same  degree of
effectiveness that  he  can  when  regimented.
The  Mutuality  Warrior functions  effectively
alone, is self-directed, and unlike the soldier,
is propelled from within rather than by external
forces. A Mutuality  Warrior  must  never  be
referred to as a soldier or visa versa, for that
matter.
      At this  stage  in  man's  evolution  and
dehumanization only Mutuality Warriors  are
capable of restoring, reclaiming and establishing
peace with freedom--to reverse  the present
course so that the direction will be toward
equity which is essential for peace there can
be p-e-a-c-e only when it coexist with p-i-e-c-e.
Who else other than Mutuality Warriors can
take back the streets and power centers which
have been  taken over  by those  who  prey,
often and in the most vicious manner, on those
who  seek  peace? Who  else  other  than
Mutuality Warriors can demonstrate that those
in the underclass are more honorable and
worthy of respect than millionaires? Who else
but Mutuality Warriors can confront power and
dethrone  political  power? The  answer  is:
nobody but Mutuality Warriors.
     Even if you do  not  become a Mutuality
Warrior reading this book will enable you to
have a  better quality of life--to  become  a
more fulfilled and happier person.
     Although many persons and circumstances
have  contributed  to the  production  of  this
saga of a Mutuality Warrior, and  I  graciously
extend to  them  my  thanks, my  preeminent
gratitude and adoration I give to the Nameless
One, known by many  names, all insufficient,
Who gave to me  this  revelation  which you
have an opportunity to vicariously experience
by reading this book, and by practicing what
it reveals  become  the  person  you  were
meant to be.   
                                    -- Uriah J. Fields

                We cannot avoid
                Using power,
               Cannot escape the compulsion
               To afflict the world,
               So let us, cautious in diction
               And mighty in contradiction.
               Love powerfully.
                                     
-- Martin Buber
                            from Power and Love


                            
Introduction

    
        And I heard the voice of the Lord
            saying, "Whom shall I send, and
            who will go for us?" Then I said,
            "Here I am! Send me."
                                
-- Isaiah

      Throughout the world today there is the echo
and re-echo of desperation. Sometimes it is "quiet
desperation, but more often it is expressed in self-
denial, drugging of body and mind, displaced and
randomly mis-oriented violence and revolution.
This is evidence that the human race is in a survival
crisis. It is not just another crisis; it is a life and
death situation with far-reaching implications for the
human race as a whole. Everything that can be
shaken is   being shaken  and  the  shaking  is
increasing  before our  very eyes. There is a
manifested helplessness. But are we?
     Obviously, man has the capacity, if not the
 will, to respond with effectiveness to this moment
of desperation which threatens his very existence.
To be sure, the challenge is great. There is a
"mean spirit" in our world and like a contagious
virus it has and continues to spread life wildfire.
It has now reached epidemic proportion. In the
face of this, "What can we do?" That's the question
this book answers. It says, we can do it--survive,
and live in freedom and have peace. And, ordinary
people who can become extraordinary will have
to take responsibility for their own survival and,
in a community-sense, that of others as well. We
are in this together, whether we recognize it or
not. We are caught up in an inescapable network
of aggregational togetherness which has the
potential to become a network of mutuality.
     Isaiah was quite ordinary. As a matter of fact,
he  had  said, prior  to  volunteering  to  go, in
response to the Lord's call for someone to go,
"Woe is me! For I am undone!" He recognized
that he was lost, but he felt imbued with a "sense
of mission," and he had conviction that he--just
one--could make a difference.
     Careful observation of the present condition
which is  trying  men's souls  as never  before,
reveals  that only  Mutuality Warriors possess
the awareness, sufficiency, skill and is able to
make a commitment, i.e., embrace a way of life
which can adequately respond to the reality of
the  human  predicament. To  be  a  Mutuality
Warrior does not mean that a person cannot be
engaged in various kinds of employment and
services. In our discussion, on "Paths of Power,"
we have stated that the Teacher, the Healer,
the Joker and the Warrior paths of power are
inextricably linked so that they are one. For at
times the Mutuality Warrior must be all four.
But the Mutuality Warrior, as  the reader  will
recognize, is not merely a teacher or healer,
he is "something more" and that "something
more" is what you are being  summoned to
become.
    We are not at the point where we can
offer  non-violence,  violence,  religion,
education, economics, government or love
as the instruments for deliverance--survival,
freedom and peace.
     We must prepare and offer Mutuality
Warriors and the time to do that is now. Only
Mutuality Warriors, we must repeat over and
over again, will save us from ourselves. We
are set on destroying ourselves. That's what
exploitation,  oppressiveness  and  man's
inhumanity to man, in general, are all about.
But the Mutuality Warrior who takes no delight
in extravagance and hoarding and who is free
of a "consciousness of scarcity" which
plagues the masses is able and willing to
execute his mission and be the guardian or
dominionist man was created to be. The
Creator gave him dominion over the earth.
     Since my discovery of Mutuality, over a
quarter of a century ago I have endeavored
to find a term that would appropriately describe
a person whose life conforms to the Mutuality
philosophy. I had been unsuccessful, until my
research  led  me  to  the  Warrior. I found a
Warrior to be a Mutuality practitioner at heart.
He meets two of the essential requirements
in this regard: (1) being inner-directed he
manifests a presence that is a Magna Carta
of his  own  uniqueness, and  (2) he  acts
responsibly as he responds situationally to
life inviolate of goodness, beauty and truth.
     This book is not  just a  discourse on
philosophy. It is a guidebook, a  training
manual and a Bible, which  can  show the
reader  how  to  become a  restorer  of
goodness by being a transformer.
     In Part One, "The Preparation," the focus
is on how to achieve, or more correctly, how
to  discover, power  and  how to  apply it in
victorious living. Awareness and the practicum
that  involve  an  internship  are  keys  in the
preparation of the Mutuality Warrior.
     Part Two, "The Song,"is the story of "The
Journey" rhythmically expressed with crescendo
cadences  of  a  Mutuality  Warrior. Here,  the
Warrior is living the life that makes a difference
and enjoying it.
     The Appendix consists of songs, both lyrics
and melodies, sung  by  the  Mutuality Warrior 
while on "The Journey."

I enjoin you to partake liberally of the offering
that awaits you.

Excerpts from Part One: THE PREPARATION

Mutuality: The Full Life Process

Mutuality, in essence, is the concept of
      man as a responsible being with
      his own happiness as both the
      practical and ultimate purpose of
      his life, with creative expression as
      his noblest activity, and love as his
      only absolute.

(Love is the good we do and it alone
when well served is always good
and right in every situation.)

(p. 26)

   On the Warrior path of power you will learn
to accept and  embrace  your  nature with
gratitude and joyfully. The dominion of your
nature is more vast than anything else you will
ever encounter during your sojourn on planet
earth. Indeed, there are worlds of your nature
and most of them have not been discovered
by you. Others have not been explored, and
only a limited amount of your inner territory,
including your inner space, has been claimed
and befriended by you. You have not chosen
yourself in a full measure. Being your own
best friend means that you will make friends
with every part and parcel of yourself. To do
this you must go deeply within and tap the
power that still lies dormant within the depths
of your being. Within you there is a dynamo
which is capable of sending the worlds of
your being spinning and catapult you into the
Full Life obit--Eternal Life in the Eternal Now.
     Decadency, feelings of hopelessness,
disease, pollution, overt and corruption are
present  nearly  everywhere. People  are
despairing and  the garden once beautiful
and nourishing is now barren. It is more like
a cesspool than a river. There is so much to
be done before the garden, our embattled
and life-sucking  world, may bloom again
and dispense  fragrances that will remove
the bitterness we taste and  keep us from
becoming the modern dinosaurs of planet
earth. We are the gardeners and the seeds
which together have the power to bring forth
a rich harvest, including our healing. Let us
tend this life and our living with care that the
harvest might be beautiful. Remember, it is
in your hands, Mutuality Warrior. Unless
you tend  the  garden  there  will  be  no
harvest desirable for humans, no rejoicing,
no victory over defeat and, just maybe,
the end of hope.
(pp.51-52)


Excerpts from Part Two: THE SONG

The Journey

            Facing  the  setting  sun and
            viewing the rainbow bedecked
            sky, Omoro Kinte stretched
            forth  his  arms  toward  the
            horizon and stepped into the
            Warrior-speed syncopated
            stride. As  the  lengthening
            shadows  greeting  him he
            danced a waltz-like dance to
            the  moon light and gracefully
            moved toward his next adventure.

      Each Mutuality Warrior has his own journey--
his own unique mission--and, in a real sense, he
must make it alone. It is worth repeating the most
important things in life each person must do for
himself. Surely there will be travelers on the way
and there will be those in need of your assistance,
and those who want to share, but the journey is
the Mutuality Warrior's and his alone. This he
understands, but for the new Mutuality Warrior
a part of him that yearns for companionship and
intimacy may remain a while, to a greater or
lesser degree, and in some measure throughout
his lifetime. Knowing that life is a song will
enable him to sing his own song or which he
is composer.

    In his section our focus is non a single
Mutuality Warrior. Vicariously experience his
journey and you will learn much about the
Mutuality Warrior. You will see him as a
 functioning person and a A "human transformer"
in a society in need of a transformation. The
name of the Mutuality Warrior is Omoro Kinte,
same as that of Kunta kinte's father as recorded
by Alex Haley in "Roots." He is an American
of African descent and in his early thirties.
He is about to assume the mission which his
years of preparation have readied him for.
     Omoro Kinte, the Mutuality Warrior, had
come to a national park, where he had found
a pace to be alone. For three days he waited,
meditated, listened and experienced silence and
stillness. Returning to the City he joined the
Illuminati and city people who had gathered to
welcome him in their midst in the ceremony
that  celebrated  Martin Luther King's 'They
Killed the Dream but not the Dream Holiday'
ceremony. The ceremony  had ended and
the Illuminati and  some of the  people had
departed.
    Observing Omoro Kinte  with his sword and
staff at his side and his robes across his shoulders,
the people inquire  as to  who he  might be. But
standing in a Warrior stance, he said nothing. Soon
the people began to chant: "Who are you Mutuality
Warrior?" Then that  chant became a song, the first
song that  would  capture and  thrill  the Mutuality
Warrior's soul since he heard master sing a song
in the Temple three years earlier. Omoro kinte and
the people began singing and creatively composing
a song. This was as moving an experience for the
Mutuality Warrior as it was for all the people here.
Omoro Kinte accepted  this  as  his  christening
experience. For it was a deepening of awareness
and enlightenment experience which is possible
only when heart and minds meet in a climate where
spontaneity, empathy, honesty  and  appreciation
constitute the  atmosphere  condition. This is the
song the composed and sang:

Who are You Mutuality Warrior?

Who are you Mutuality Warrior?
You said it...
I am a Mutuality Warrior,
That's exactly who I am,
I am a man of war and peace,
Of seel and velvet;
I stand ready to protect and defend,
To nurture
And give all to love.

Who are you Mutuality Warrior?
I'll tell you...
I am a Mutuality Wariror,
 A responsible person
Committed to living a life
That makes a difference,
I seek neither the world's fame or fortune 
But I'll gladly
Give all to e free.
And to give all to love.

Who are you Mutuality Warrior?
Do feel me...
I am a Mutuality Warrior
And my presence permeates
and illuminates everything
in my surroundings.
When you're near me a special scintillating feeling
saturates our beings

Who are you Mutuality Warrior?
In conscience...
I am a Mutuality Warrior.
As a consciousness raiser
I motivate people to practice community...
Freely sharing their talents with others is 
having essentials in common.
(pp.81-82)

    Then he  performed  his  final  act  before
returning to his abode where he would await the
dawning of a new day.  He sang "The Mutuality
Warrior's song"

The Mutuality Warrior's Song

Refrain
I write the song, I sing the song,
I live the song, I sing about.
It's the song of my journey as a
Mutuality Warrior.

1. That journey takes me far and near,
but most of all it is a journey within
That journey though at times a battle ground
engaging my Warrior's soldiering power in a
fight for my survival...
Yes, I can say, Sweet is the
journey on the Warrior's road
And I wouldn't take anything for my journey.

2. I see the people reaching out
And I hear them say, "Oh Warrior 'Please stay;"
I share with them as best I can before moving on
to be alone listening to life sing the song
that says we are one...
Yes, I can say, Sweet is the
journey on the Warrior's road
And I wouldn't take anything for my journey.

3. That journey is an encounter
With life and death and celebration of life.
My journey gives me hope that travelers like
myself will demonstrate how real love makes
whole and sets free all who are unfree ...
Yes, I can say, Sweet is the
journey on the Warrior's road
And I wouldn't take anything for my journey.
(pp. 124-126)

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