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graham christian 02-17-2013 11:49 AM

Keiko Fukuda Sensei.
 
http://youtu.be/O2hWr0WPe7o

http://news.yahoo.com/highest-ranked...3821--spt.html

I am moved to give a remembrance to a great martial artist. The highest ranked female in Judo and may her influence live on. May she rest in peace.

Peace.G.

robin_jet_alt 02-17-2013 04:45 PM

Re: Keiko Fukuda Sensei.
 
Thanks Graham,

She is inspirational.

graham christian 02-17-2013 05:52 PM

Re: Keiko Fukuda Sensei.
 
You're welcome. I too found her moving and inspirational.

Peace.G.

Janet Rosen 02-17-2013 11:09 PM

Re: Keiko Fukuda Sensei.
 
For those of us near San Francisco: The memorial Service for Keiko Fukuda Sensei is scheduled for Friday, March 22nd at 11:00 am, at the Herbst Theater in San Francisco. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Keiko Fukuda & Shelley Fernandez Girls & Womens' Judo Foundation Inc., and/or Keiko Fukuda Joshi Judo, Inc., 475 Hoffman Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94114

sakumeikan 02-18-2013 12:40 AM

Re: Keiko Fukuda Sensei.
 
Quote:

Graham Christian wrote: (Post 323653)
http://youtu.be/O2hWr0WPe7o

http://news.yahoo.com/highest-ranked...3821--spt.html

I am moved to give a remembrance to a great martial artist. The highest ranked female in Judo and may her influence live on. May she rest in peace.

Peace.G.

Dear Graham,
Wonderful tribute to Fukuda Sensei.As you state she is inspirationalI I found the tube part very moving.Glad to see you are back online.I do miss your pearls of wisdom,Hope you are well, Warmest Regards, Joe.

graham christian 02-18-2013 11:22 AM

Re: Keiko Fukuda Sensei.
 
Hi Joe, thanks for that. Seems a bit quieter on here since I was last here. Mmmmm, maybe I should liven things up.:)
Nice of Janet to post details too.

Peace.G.

sakumeikan 02-18-2013 03:54 PM

Re: Keiko Fukuda Sensei.
 
Quote:

Graham Christian wrote: (Post 323683)
Hi Joe, thanks for that. Seems a bit quieter on here since I was last here. Mmmmm, maybe I should liven things up.:)
Nice of Janet to post details too.

Peace.G.

Graham,
If the forum was any quieter than it is I might think the world had ended like the Mayans predicted recently.The forum is turning into a pilot for a TV series called Dr.Sivana/Lex Luthor takes up Aikido'Between the dialogues about spirals/cyclones/ballet dancers /sun energy etc my brain is turning /has turned to mush.Perhaps I am spiralling out of control?Come back , Graham, all is forgiven.Cheers, Joe.
Ps Henry , if you read this can you throw a drowning man a lifebelt or even some red ribbons???

graham christian 02-18-2013 04:09 PM

Re: Keiko Fukuda Sensei.
 
Quote:

Joe Curran wrote: (Post 323691)
Graham,
If the forum was any quieter than it is I might think the world had ended like the Mayans predicted recently.The forum is turning into a pilot for a TV series called Dr.Sivana/Lex Luthor takes up Aikido'Between the dialogues about spirals/cyclones/ballet dancers /sun energy etc my brain is turning /has turned to mush.Perhaps I am spiralling out of control?Come back , Graham, all is forgiven.Cheers, Joe.
Ps Henry , if you read this can you throw a drowning man a lifebelt or even some red ribbons???

Don't worry I'll start a post on spirals and put some perspective on the subject for you. ;)


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