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    I'd like to share this thoughtful article in Being, Essence & Motion by Ron Ragusa

    http://ron-aikidothoughts.blogspot.c...rty-eight.html

    I shared it in E-budo Facebook but as always, it immediately got aside, so I will share it here, where people can enjoy it, and what I most like of that blog is that you get a reply of your comments, just like I do myself, I reply to all my commentators, so sometimes we get to a small but interesting conversation. And that is important for a forum or blog, otherwise it stops, and conversation, ideas exchange must flow.
    Just as in Aikido, uke attacks with shomenuchi and Nage answers with whatever technique he choses and both do an Aiki conversation, but if uke attacks and nage gives him the back, there is no technique or conversation.
    Sorry but I were just telling you my thoughts about my comments and then waiting for feedback, but it never comes, like if I say Good morning and there is no answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carina Reinhardt View Post
    I shared it in E-budo Facebook but as always, it immediately got aside,
    That is how pages on FB are set up, we cannot change that from our end. It is how Facebook has decided to make the layout for pages.

    /Anders
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anders Pettersson View Post
    That is how pages on FB are set up, we cannot change that from our end. It is how Facebook has decided to make the layout for pages.

    /Anders

    Sorry Anders, but there are a lot of pages where you can post, here a few examples


    https://www.facebook.com/groups/200451839990438/
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/177524675602796/
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/490721421032525/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carina Reinhardt View Post
    Well, not really , those are "Groups" not "Pages", it is a bit different.
    E-budo.com doesn't have a "group" on Facebook, we have a "page".

    See here: https://www.facebook.com/help/155275634539412


    /Anders
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    Ok then Anders, I understand the page to post things like E-budo is temporarily closed, but, there is so few on there, it is not attractive for people, it would begin to become active if it was Group, but that is your choice. It depends if you want to have more members or not, the same for E-Budo as web, I know you are working on that. On the beginning I had a lot of ideas and commented it to Cady, but after 9 month I think there is not much to do, sorry, the truth may help to improve

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