Re: Mistakes that taught you a lesson for life!
He did not disrespect me, He taught me a lesson of respect, i performed a shawdy (crap) bow whilst he performed a proper bow on his knees and thanked me loudly and clearly for training. I thanked him too but standing up and mumbling a thank you.
I showed disrespct to him, i openly admit showing disrespect to him, in order for me to better myself i took his 'constructive criticism' and learned from it. Nowadays it's not a half assed bow, it's a proper bow from seiza whilst thanking loudly and clearly in japanese.