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Old 11-27-2003, 07:58 AM   #126
Kensho Furuya
Dojo: Aikido Center of Los Angeles
Location: Los Angeles
Join Date: Apr 2002
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Many thanks for your kind message. It is not really hard at all but I think it becomes difficult in the process of continuing this kind of discipline day after day, week after week, month after month and year after year. In addition to skill, strength and the most obvious benefits of regular training, this type of old-fashioned discipline creates an "order" in one's life. It is in this order, that we begin to see how we fit into the "greater" picture of Life and Nature and learn the true value of people and things. I believe this is a kinda of inner strength which we need to acquire to attain true ability. By all means, in your own dojo, please keep up your training by all means, no matter what. Over the continuing years, you will never regret it. Of course, everyone is always welcome to my dojoto train, Best wishes always!
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Old 12-01-2003, 12:50 AM   #127
indomaresa
Dojo: Aiki Kenkyukai
Location: Indonesia
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I totally agree with bruce's opinion!!!!

an aikido sensei has to give so much to their student, and we could never repay them with just money.

The road is long...
The path is steep...
So hire a guide to show you the shortcuts
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