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I noticed that while I not saying I have mastered this, but Aikido is not really an art of lurning how fight as it about luringing how to understand. In this I mean that you must undersand what the other persons inteton are before they have fully devvolped it. Furthermore you must understnd what other paths they may take, if in your wrong or missunderstood before. Thne it is also a matter of lurning patence for you must frist lurn how to have petece with your self and then with the partern. Even if you were being attacked by a stranger and did not mind hurting them, you must have patience for them to frist attack and then so you can resopond rather then reacat. This is kinda like in life when dealing people you must ither lead the convertion, but to do this you must watie to lesson to there resoponse frist and lesson well , unlsess you react.