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nice, cozy place you got here :)..


Nice write-up! Aviv says so. :) Some great pictures too. If you have time, send me some pictures via email, maybe in a large zip file. As long as the full size of hte email doesn't exceed 10mb, I'll be fine.

Wish I could've been there!


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It happened in the ninitees and I believe it's happening again and it won't be long till Japan passes us all financially because they are making an investment in renewable energy.

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Aikido Quotes

  • O-Sensei: My students think I don't lose my center. That is not so; I simply recognize it sooner and get back faster.

  • Morihiro Saito Sensei: Aikido is generally believed to represent circular movements. Contrary to such belief, however, Aikido, in its true KI form, is a fierce art piercing straight through the center of opposition.

  • Furuya Sensei on Swordsmanship: Letting go of the idea of “sword” and the idea of “action” is the meaning behind “willow in the gentle breeze.” When the slight summer breeze blows, does the willow follow the “nature of the willow,” or does it follow the “nature of the breeze?” Please think about this - in this lies the essence of sword technique.