Thread: O Sensei Poll
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Old 09-20-2000, 04:42 PM   #19
Brian Vickery
Dojo: Aiki-Buken Aikido
Location: Gilbert, Arizona
Join Date: Jul 2000
Posts: 208
Jun wrote:
The founder was good at aikido because he, in effect, defined what
"good aikido" was about because it was his "creation." Whatever he
did became an example for "good aikido." But why does that limit
others from achieving the same or even greater?

Others are NOT limited in achieving what O-Sensei accomplished,
but if they did, would that still be considered 'aikido'? Or would that
be the "creation" of new art form?

Brian Vickery
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