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    Default Budo As An Everyday Activity

    Budo is a special activity, clearly. We have special places to practice, special clothes to wear for practice. We have special rituals to mark off training time from normal time. It shouldn't be a separate from our regular lives though. I wrote this about it, My question is, what do you do to make your budo a part of your everyday life?
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    Good read.
    Chris Thomas

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    I simply do it. Now it is like suggested by karate pioneer Motobu Chōki (1870–1944) and recounted by his dear student Higaonna Kamesuke (1905–1968) “a habit”.


    Henning Wittwer

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