What Do You See? I see a man. I see a man on one knee, facing down, carrying a fire on his bare back, with the help of his bare hands. I see a man carrying the torch for generations.  I see a fire. I see a fire burning with twenty years of memories. I see a fire larger than the man himself, but one that relies on the man himself to stay alive. In the man, I see what every brother should be. What every boy should be reborn as when he becomes a Kshatriya. And in the fire, I see what the organization has been.. and what it will be. I see the principles we move by. And when I take a step back, I see one being. I see a fire and a man that come together as one. They are as indistinguishable, as they are inextinguishable.  What do you see? -The Flame Staff

What Do You See?

I see a man. I see a man on one knee, facing down, carrying a fire on his bare back, with the help of his bare hands. I see a man carrying the torch for generations. 

I see a fire. I see a fire burning with twenty years of memories. I see a fire larger than the man himself, but one that relies on the man himself to stay alive.

In the man, I see what every brother should be. What every boy should be reborn as when he becomes a Kshatriya. And in the fire, I see what the organization has been.. and what it will be. I see the principles we move by.

And when I take a step back, I see one being. I see a fire and a man that come together as one. They are as indistinguishable, as they are inextinguishable. 

What do you see?

-The Flame Staff