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Old 02-03-2006, 06:58 AM   #101
Edwin Neal
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Re: Towards a unified A´kido ?

good point Soon, too many people think it has to be about making it all the same... regardless of our internal differences we should respect and cherish each other and present a 'united front' to the world... me and my sister fought like cats and dogs growing up, but no one else better mess with her, or they will be talking to me...

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Old 02-03-2006, 09:30 PM   #102
LouieLouie
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Re: Towards a unified A´kido ?

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I the only one that finds it ironic that the art with the aim of unifying and harmonizing can't even do it amongst themselves?...
No you're not Edwin. I may be 5th kyu, but I still agree with you. I would just like to be able to bring new ideas to help you out here. BTW, I started this thread

I still think that some form of unification would profit. Judo and Kendo have has done it. Why can't we?

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Old 02-03-2006, 10:56 PM   #103
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Re: Towards a unified A´kido ?

sorry for that i was discussing it on another thread that i did start... just got confused... i think it is entirely possible but i think too many at the top have a vested interest in the status quo... too much ego... maybe one day it will happen if we keep talking about it...

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