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Creation Date: 02-03-2005 12:58 PM
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  #3 New 01-24-2005 09:53 AM
Oh well. It is still fun (at least for me).

The questions that I ask myself now is, "Is this journal a good way to defeat my ego? Is this a way to gain victory over my self, or am I merely enforcing somthing that is detrimental to my own growth?"

I'll try my best to keep up with my entries. I am working on a piece now called either "Aikido and Otherness" or "Aikido and The Ethical Use of Power" perhaps in a week or two I will paste it in here.

Feel free to contact me if you want to discuss my novice understanding of Aikido, or if you want to begin your own Self-Rebellion.

By participating actively
In Self-Rebellion
One begins to recognize
The Self-Rebellion (or lack thereof) in others.
Such vision gives birth to strength and compassion.
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