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    Humility, a virtue that I admire a lot!

    http://www.aikidoacademyusa.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=490

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    Thank you for posting this---good read.

    Not speaking for others---but "we" spend so much time on the physical aspects of "our" arts that "we" sometimes miss the other things training is supposed to be teaching.
    Chris Thomas

    "While people are entitled to their illusions, they are not entitled to a limitless enjoyment of them and they are not entitled to impose them upon others."

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    Thank you Chris, I think in working on being humble gives us wellbeing, we feel good with what we are and have, it is an excellent goal to pursuit by doing martial arts.

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    Carina

    I also like how you phrase it above....."working"......IMO, like anything worthwhile......it takes work.
    Chris Thomas

    "While people are entitled to their illusions, they are not entitled to a limitless enjoyment of them and they are not entitled to impose them upon others."

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