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Re: A membership...
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I was referring to myself. I "know" Moshe since the late eighties, though he will definitely NOT remember me. We only met a few times.
That's what I meant. I know him longer than Li-Or knows him, but I think that Li-Or knows Moshe better than I do.
That's all.

Posted on: 2005/6/13 3:01
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Re: knowing someone else
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I think that "knowing someone" comes from the heart, not from the mind. Details are the colors of the picture.

Posted on: 2005/6/13 5:21
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Re: A membership...
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I think the value and meaning of having a Bujinkan membership (and card) have been discussed already. But I wonder...

If we have to ask someone personally, whomever that is, then a fraud will always fool a new person if people aren't allowed to ask here online, in a private message, etc...
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example:
new student,"are you a bujinkan member?"
fraud, "yes"
new student (thinking to self), ""they said online that I can't ask anyone but the person himself if he is a member, so I guess this guy is a member"".
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is there a system to find out someone's true credentials? I like that many people here post with their personal stories about their experiences with others. is there more than this somewhere?

people might say that if a person's skill is good, then their paper membership card doesn't matter. I agree. and if a student is researching a teachers credentails for any reason, they should be able to find out the truth from an independent source. agree?


thanks!
Jay Crawford

Posted on: 2005/6/13 12:04
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Re: A membership...
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I tend to accept with Jay:
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JayCr wrote:

is there a system to find out someone's true credentials? I like that many people here post with their personal stories about their experiences with others. is there more than this somewhere?

people might say that if a person's skill is good, then their paper membership card doesn't matter. I agree. and if a student is researching a teachers credentails for any reason, they should be able to find out the truth from an independent source. agree?


thanks!
Jay Crawford


Regarding his last paragraph, I'd like to raise a question: How can I wknow, from teacher/someone's work if he have "the Bujinkan Soul" (if there's something like "Bujinkan soul")...?

Thanks a lot and feel well!



Posted on: 2005/6/13 21:12
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Re: A membership...
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JayCr wrote - Quote:
people might say that if a person's skill is good,
then their paper membership card doesn't matter. I agree.
I can drive my car without a driving license - still I got one.

Same goes with the Bujinkan at least if someone claims to belong
to
the Bujinkan family, he should have a membership card, of course.



How to recognize "our" teachers?
- By being a good student?
Trying to attend Bujinkan seminars from different teachers ever year,
one will see how the theme of the year is treated and shown
by these teachers.
Even if every teacher has an own understanding of Budo, one will probably
see somthing like a red thread connecting the things that one can see there.
With the year`s theme one will also know (more or less) what should be shown.


How to ask about sombody`s status when still in doubt?
- I don`t know.
It`s difficult to ask such a thing without disrespecting someone.
First of all it shouldn`t be asked in public places.
As "beginners" possibly don`t know that, it can happen, of course.

I think if I needed to ask a "risky" question, I would try to get
in contact with a very advanced, trustworthy person to ask my question
without anybody else being able to notice it.
I could then do or not do whatever I want with the answer,
without having publicly offended or disrespected someone.


Greetings , WILF

Posted on: 2005/6/14 0:42
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