A spiritual warrior doesn’t fear death. Death is inevitable. A warrior recognizes that to fear death is ridiculous waste of time.
It is also an act of disrespect towards the gift of life.
That a warrior has no fear of death is not extra ordinary. It’s just common sense. What is extraordinary is how a warrior is able to face such an inevitable outcome with sobriety and not flinch with fear. A warrior is able to do this because she has control over her attention. She is able to look straight into passing of her body with the awareness and will power to not let her self be distracted by a thought or belief.
To have control over one’s attention doesn’t just mean to focus on something by controlling your will. You also have to control the point of view you see it all from. Many people can focus on death but do so from a point of view from fear or uncertainty.
A spiritual warrior is able to hold their attention on the immortality of their body from a point of complete acceptance and love for the unknown.
Overcoming your fear of death is not a major accomplishment. It is a fairly obvious and straightforward approach to living a satisfying life. The extraordinary accomplishment is the control a warrior has developed over their attention.