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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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I don't think there's anyone here who can't abide disagreement. I think most here thrive on it. Defensive belligerence happens, but it doesn't mean I have to escalate. There are other options, and given the fact that I have met several of these folks and/or possibly will in the future I'm happy to let it slide and assume the best of folks until proven otherwise, beyond the mere forum.

I think a big part of ninjutsu is the willingness to suffer adversity and misunderstandings with patience. The forum is indeed an indulgence, but it's also a 'world in miniature' which presents us with opportunities to practice this sort of thing in a small way.

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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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Does typing count as finger conditioning?

Just wondering.

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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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When Hatsumi Sensei was asked about what was required to become a Ninja, he replied, "It is 忍耐自制 Nintai-Jisei (endurance and self-control). That is the most important thing. Living with endurance." This painting is one of Hatsumi Sensei's most cherished possessions he was given by Takamatsu Sensei.

"Nintai Towa Kokoro o Yashinai Waza o Hagemite Suenagaku Shinbo Koso Shinja Ninja Nari!"

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Re: When to 'draw the line'
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Quote:

ElfTengu wrote:
Does typing count as finger conditioning?


ALL CAPS, ALL THE TIME!!!

MARTY

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