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Tyr, for whom Tuesday is named, was the only Norse god said to come close to rival Thor in strength; however his courage and belief in law knew no rival.

Tyr believed in what was right, at all times, at all cost.  In legend he displayed his courage by offering to hold his hand in the giant wolf, Fenrir’s, mouth as they “tested” a chain around him meant to capture him so he would not eat the world.  The last chain worked, and an enraged Fenrir bit off Tyr’s offered hand.  While Tyr did not rejoice, he stood for what he knew needed done.

Do what is right.  By you, by the world, by the line of your ancestors back to the beginning.  They’re why you’re here, so uphold them, and fear not any effort which will propel you and others forward.

It is Better to Walk Alone

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