Re: Ueshiba's Aiki
One of the pitfalls of genius is expecting others to see things that are obvious to oneself. The best players don't always make the best coaches.
Perhaps it is too much to expect any single human to be both a martial genius and a pedagogical genius.
Remember, also, the enormous amount of social change in Japan in Ueshiba Sensei's lifetime. How difficult would it have been for any postwar aikidoka to train as he did?