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Old 11-18-2004, 05:58 PM   #1
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Re: Article: Domo by Lynn Seiser

Just wanted to say how much this article struck a chord in me and thank you for summing it up so nicely.

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Re: Article: Domo by Lynn Seiser

Aikido has been a real humbling experience for me. I have been blessed with so many gifts from so many gifted people. I will never be able to give as much as I have received, but I intend to try. Thanks you for your kind response.

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