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"True Victory is Victory over Oneself" - earned my black belt in Aikido 2/2013 at the young age of 61

"True Victory is Victory over Oneself" - earned my black belt in Aikido at the young age of 61 Master Self-Defense to Protect Yourself

Things to Live by - www.Lifecoachcode.com

Bushido (The Way of the warrior), the samurai code of ethics, was formalized in writing in the sixteenth century and adhered to for some three hundred years. Bushido placed emphasis on certain chivalrous virtues such as loyalty, courage, and courtesy.

Keep Calm Collection - Japanese Calligraphy Samurai, poster print (http://www.keepcalmcollection.com/japanese-calligraphy-samurai-poster-print/)

Japanese Calligraphy Samurai, poster print

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The Samurai were highly skilled Japanese warriors that hailed from noble families and served the local lords. Read 7 interesting facts about the Samurai.

Japanese numbers: my brother had a beautiful white Persian (one blue eye, one green eye) named, "Roku". So I named my first cat, "Shichi". Neither of us knew how to pronounce them correctly, so we called them, "Ró-kuh" and "Seejee". Funny to realize this 40 years later!

Japanese numbers: my brother had a beautiful white Persian (one blue eye, one…

Bushido - The Seven Virtues - Way of the Warrior.

The seven virtues of Bushido, the way of the warrior. Bushidō, literally "military scholar road", is a Japanese word for the way of the samurai life, loosely analogous to the concept of chivalry.

Virtues of Bushido | Kokoro Senshi - The Ultimate Truth

Bushido: the code by which the samurai lived, including good works, honor and courage.

Kanji calligraphy of ‘gi’, which means ‘to do the right thing’ and is one of the seven virtues of bushido.

Beifongkendo : “Kanji calligraphy of ‘gi’, which means 'to do the right thing’ and is one of the seven virtues of bushido.

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