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    Default The Most Essential Principles of Budo: Structure

    A while back, over on Aikido-L (for those who remember it!) we were discussing the most important principles of Aikido. I ended up boiling the question down even further and wondering what the most essential principles of budo are. These would be principles that are essential no matter what art you studying. My first one is structure, and I wrte this blog post in regards to it.

    http://budobum.blogspot.com/2014/06/...s-in-budo.html

    What do you think? Did I miss something even more essential?
    Last edited by pboylan; 26th June 2014 at 17:45.
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