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Old 01-06-2006, 09:16 AM   #10
UnholyFracas
Dojo: Devises Budo
Join Date: Aug 2005
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Smile Re: Fight or Quit: there is no choice

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John Boswell wrote:
Good luck with your training, Lou! Keep at it and if you haven't started a blog here on Aiki-web, do so and keep everyone posted on your progress! You'd be surprised how many people take interest.
Thank you! If there's one thing I've never had a problem committing myself to, it's blathering on in a diary or blog about how my life's going.

One of my new years resolutions is to "see things through". Too many times I have started with great enthusiasm only to let things drift when the going got tough or it wasn't as instantly exciting any more... Wandering around in a constant haze looking for that mythical greener grass intead of instead of living where I am (ooh getting very Buddhist now, sorry ).

That and trying to remember my Sensei's words about it (life in general and Aikido in particular) not being a competition.

See? Once the flood gates open it's waffle waffle waffle

We see things not as they are but as we are...

Katsumoto can rescue me anytime.
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