PDA

View Full Version : One Hundred and Forty-six


Please visit our sponsor:
 

AikiWeb Sponsored Links - Place your Aikido link here for only $10!


RonRagusa
11-09-2009, 12:52 PM
To train when the sun shines
To train when it doesnít.



When itís bitterly cold
and the mat feels like stone
or
hot and sticky,
the air almost too thick to breathe;
then too.



When I hurt
or
feel eighteen again;
simply get on the mat and train.



When others question
my method,
I train with a smile,
knowing as I do
that training is showing up,
suiting up
and moving.



Training
I progress slowly,
itís cumulative
each little bit I learn adds to
what I know,
increasing the volume
of what I donít
thereby,
affording me more opportunities to learn.



To trainÖ
simple.



(Original blog post may be found here (http://ron-aikidothoughts.blogspot.com/2009/11/one-hundred-and-forty-six.html).)