Re: Article: Teaching Aikido as Michi - A Path Up the Mountain by George S. Ledyard
Thanks for visiting this topic again. Your position has become much clearer to me. I have a question. You write:
"Find one of [the teachers] and show them you are hungry, be so serious that they can't ignore your search for the answers as they pursue their own. Make them want to help you, don't sit around expecting them to."
Do you think that, in addition, a teacher should be scouting for promising students, approaching them and inviting them to come study with the teacher?