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I will start off with the comment that it is intresting. The two people whom seem to flow my blogs both deal with horses. Which si something I would like to deal ,and injoy. intresting.
I was thinking the orther day ...I was trying to think of why I go back to Aikido. As someone once pointed out to me "if you don't want to be here you don't have to be." As my previous blogs might sugust officily I strugle with it and sometimes get frustred with it. So, as I lyie awake after being up for 48 hours strat..... it came to me... the answer to why I go. I thought I would share it here and I am also cerious as to if it is an odd reason to chose Akdio.
I injoy going to Aikido/Dojo because it is good exercise, often I get to feel like it is a place wher everyone is held to a degree of apreation of the others , everyone in away is on the same level , I am actuly told what I do wrong and why I should do a certin move, a certen way. Also, I get to chalange my brin to try new things and if I ever get the misfortion of falling or engaing in a fight , hofully I will come out a bit better off. Also, injoy seeing how people intract , lets me lurn.