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Han Mi Martial Arts - Taekwondo, Hapkido, Kendo, Tai Chi
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Why so silent?!
Hello everyone, For the past while, I haven't been doing any blog posts. This is because we are redoing the website for Han Mi Martial Arts and, along with that, the way the blogs are done. We anticipate being finished by August 1st.  I think it will look n...
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Staying joyful and having gratitude while studying martial arts.
When most people first come to a martial arts school, they do so with very reasonable and simple goals in mind.  Most want to get or stay fit, learn how to defend themselves, or to improve themselves or their child in terms of attentiveness and respect.  Th...
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For the new teacher
One of my former music students talked to me about wanting to teach music lessons.  I couldn't be happier - he's a very talented musician, but he's also a great guy with a good sense of humor and a fair amount of patience.  At the same time, we are getting ...
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On Ethics: Tenaciousness and Thoroughness once action is started
This is the last posting in this series about ethics in martial arts.  The last of the eleven tenets is to always finish what you start.  While it sounds like a good idea on its own, this last concept in the set offers the inverse sensibility compared to al...
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On Ethics: Dedication to your martial arts school
Continuing with the series on ethics, the next topic is for one to be dedicated to their martial arts school.  While it may seem awfully self-serving for a martial arts school to say that its students need to be dedicated to it, the intention is not a selfi...
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On Ethics: Building a Durable Soul
In this blog post, we will take a look at the next tenet in this series on ethics in martial arts; specifically, what it means to cultivate an indomitable spirit.  There are different ways of expressing this idea and other martial arts have described it in ...
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On Ethics: Restraint when being aggressive
Continuing with the series on ethics, I'd like to look at the tenet to use good judgement before causing harm to any living thing.  Like some of the others, the idea seems pretty obvious.  However, there are implications to the idea that are worth exploring...
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