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jorvik wrote:irrational anger that burns all before it, no fear of consequence.and a general disenchantment with life
jorvik wrote:irrational anger that burns all before it
it's a great ideal to have.the small weak man overcoming overwhelming numbers and remaing calm within the storm, using only his skill and no physical strength.....yeah .......in your dreams
The same can be argued against Tai Chi. I've never seen a Yang Style practitioner in the ring, but yet I still believe they have some great stuff to offer.
"Their techniques are conducted under a set of given conditions, such as your opponent will invariably seize you by the wrist or strike you on the forehead.
Training is like taking dance lessons because of such rigid premises"
jorvik wrote:it is the underlying philosophy of so many Aikido folks and the way it is practiced
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