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Old 06-02-2016, 11:47 AM   #1
Peter Boylan
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Mada Heta Desu - or - The Joy Of Being A Student

I'm a martial arts teacher, and I love it. What I love even more though, is being a budo student. It's just that I don't get to do that in a pure way as often as I'd like. That's the subject of my latest budo blog.
http://budobum.blogspot.com/2016/06/...g-student.html
How do you approach being a student and learning as you spend more and more time dojo, climbing in rank and seniority?

Peter Boylan
Mugendo Budogu LLC
Budo Books, Videos, Equipment from Japan
http://www.budogu.com
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