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Budo Mind and Body

Training Secrets of the Japanese Martial Arts

By: Nicklaus Suino

 

“Perceiving what is right, and not doing it, argues lack of courage”

By: Confucius

(page 55)

 

Hermit Poet’s Comments: In today’s fast passed competitive and money hungry world, it is easy for people to become over their head, in cutting corners, to make the extra buck. They know what is being done is wrong, yet they do not have the inner discipline, or are too greedy to not do the under the table or illegal deed.

 


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