Re: Aikido survivors (Voices of Experience)
"Though you may train it this sword work or that, what does it matter unless you do your utmost."
- Morihei Ueshiba
My sensei is good about letting us slack off a lot also, but at the same time he expects us to be putting forth our best effort. He says that when you're tired you do your best aikido, and bad moods have no place on the mat. As you step onto the mat leave whatever happened to you during the day
on the edge and just train in aikido.