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Pain should be managed, not avoided

A friend of mine, younger than me, passed away this week. I had not seen him since high school, but we did keep in touch via Facebook… Back in the days, I remember him confiding …

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A 2$ lesson

As I mentioned in my previous entries, when teaching, I like to use simple concepts and examples to convey my points.

One of those example is the Hong Kong $2 coin: it’s about a millimeter thick with bumpy ridges to the …

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The 5th pillar: Feeling

“Intuition is the highest form of intelligence, transcending all individual abilities and skills”
― Sylvia Clare

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You are directly responsible for your partner’s growth.

Today’s class was a small class: 4 people, three who train regularly and what I call a tourist.

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The importance of training at various speeds

In class, tonight, a student was accelerating and at the end of class, the question came up as to why training slowly is so important.

I like to find analogies in everyday life …

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Knife training should be as unpleasant as possible

WARNING: this video contains graphic scenes and is posted strictly for educational purposes – namely to prevent such a disaster from occurring again.

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