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It'll be good to keep a record of my training in Aikido, to see my progress and missteps.
So much has been learned since the journey into Aikido began - so much in just under three years... but still, it's only a drop of water in the proverbial well.
Watching Sensei and the more senior students, I ache for that amount of control and fluidity, but I understand that the foundations are still being laid. There is a long way to go.
I aim to be in this art for life, God-willing. The well runs mighty deep.