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Wikipedia wrote:Luck or chance is fortune (whether bad or good) which occurs beyond one's control, without regard to one's will, intention, or desired result.
Luck is the combination of preparation and opportunity
Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity
He is lucky who realizes that ‘luck’ is the point where preparation meets opportunity
When the student is ready, the teacher will be there.
jorvik wrote:I have thought about this a lot. I would say the "flow", the movement.like in a sailboat finding the wind and riding it.same as in MA for me at least....the stuff that I really don't like is stuff that goes against the "Flow"..standing there and taking a hit, conditioning etc............a bit like dancing I suppose.for me that is the thrill, the buzz..never the "I'm tougher than you" more the " I move better than you" ...and not for any reason, violencve gives it a purpose I suppose, but I don't need the reason.but I crave the "flow"
KISS is good, but smart can be better. The only issue is whether or not you can get smart to work when you are neuro-hormonally red-lined. That tells you whether or not your "crave" meshes well with reality-based violence. If it isn't optimal but the practice makes you happy, well..
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.
f.Channell wrote:Marcus you pretty much defined educational scaffolding.
Move from simple to complex, offer support along the way, slowly remove support as it becomes unecessary.
Took me a lot of grad school Ed. classes to understand this, but hey I'm a slow learner!
Eventually the understanding becomes their own.
A good teacher wants their students to realize their own understanding and interpretation. This is what I shoot for in my students.
I would much rather see them show me new interpretations of movements and applications they discover than parrot back what I tell them.
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