Re: Ki is Kindness.
The problem isn't that "ki" could sometimes be said to operate in a manner that is "kind. The thesis is not, "I can act with ki and still be kind."
Rather that ki, by its nature, is kindness. (So that a budo focused on harm does not, in Graham's view, utilize "ki.")
Finding an example among the many that do NOT fit merely proves the opposing point of view -- a person may act kindly in using "ki," but also may act in other ways.
By presenting a list of alternative meanings, you preclude the thesis of the OP, I believe.
Last edited by C. David Henderson : 12-13-2010 at 02:17 PM.