Kazakhs were peaceful nation. They appreciated peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, good joke and sharp words. Permanent migration from one place to another, ongoing incursions of enemies, who encroached on steppes, stimulated Kazakh unpretentiousness, faith in fate, determination in the face of approaching danger. Kazakh nomads didn’t attack to occupy others’ lands. However, as soon as difficulties appeared and enemies came closer to the steppe borders, a breeder turned into a warrior.