The Latin word indomĭtus arrived in Spanish as indomitable . East adjective It is used to rate who cannot be tamed, repressed or controlled .
For example: “The untamed journalist never yielded to the pressures of the powerful nor to the impositions of his editors”, "The actress of untamed character brought about a revolution in the film industry of the 50s", "Despite the weapons of the conquerors, the aboriginal people maintained their indomitable spirit and did not stop revolting".
He verb tame is often used to refer to the process of retain, control and tame an animal . A untamed horse , in this framework, he is the one who has not yet been submitted and who, therefore, does not obey man.
Domar, on the other hand, may also refer to containment or repression of behaviors and attitudes of a person that are considered inappropriate or improper. If someone does not let himself be controlled, he is qualified as untamed.
Take the case of a singer recognized for his talent and famous for his rebellion. This artist does not usually heed the indications of his record company, he fights with his bandmates and even has frequent confrontations with his audience. However, it continues to fill stadiums and sell thousands of records. That is why those around him tolerate it being untamed, since he continues to generate profits, while he takes advantage of that situation to act freedom And do what you want.
Throughout the different examples, we can appreciate that the term indomitable It can be interpreted in different ways, some positive and others, not so much. When we talk about indomitable spirit , we refer to freedom with respect to external influences, especially negative ones, with the purpose to continue on our path and meet our goals.
Martial art known as taekwondo, created in Korea in 1955, is based on five principles that seek to teach its students the best way to make fair use of their knowledge. It is about achieving a degree of honesty, sincerity and compassion that accompanies the technique , and for this it is necessary to master the following formula: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control and indomitable spirit.
Learning taekwondo does not mean acquiring a good physical condition and memorizing a series of fighting movements to go outside and put them into practice against our enemies spontaneously, but to access a knowledge that gives us he power to defend ourselves and to protect others from any act of injustice when we have exhausted the diplomatic channel. Knowing how to strike with technique and precision does not mean you should do it as soon as the opportunity presents itself.
In this framework, the concept of indomitable spirit refers to a kind of shield against the temptation of injustice, against influence of those who wish to divert us from our path and for this they try to "tame" our will. Every time a taekwondo student faces injustice, he must place himself in an equilibrium position, right at the center of the five principles mentioned above.
The courtesy It will allow you to treat your enemies well. The integrity It must be one of the main goals in your life. The perseverance It serves to get up after each fall. He self control prevents excessive or unnecessary use of physical force. He indomitable spirit negative energy bounces and preserves everything learned.
The idea of indomitable, finally, it appears in different works. The novel "Tarzan the untamed" ("Tarzan the Untamed" in its original language) of Edgar Rice Burroughs and the poem "Untamed Puree" of the chronicler of the Indies Diego Arias de Saavedra They are two examples.