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Communication is my sword and my shield
Date: 29.12.18
I'm 41 as I've doing martial arts for 30 years. So I've been teaching martial arts for 27 years or so okay about three years into training and I started teaching. So I would take men and women who didn't have much confidence, they were bullied or wanted to get in shape.

I would turn them into monsters and that's what I wanted. I've kicked people out of my academy many times because they had bad attitude. I would always train for the street. The difference between myself and everybody else is I would train to defend myself because that was the world that I was growing up in.

One of my top students was arrested because he knocked somebody out in the fight and the person has brain damage. My student is a really really good guy. He's a very kind, good human being. The person he hit has two children and is married and now has brain damage. So that's what I'm talking about. Okay, never mind

So I would take these people and teach them how to become very strong and confident. So what happens is the body becomes a weapon. Every fish is a sword, every finger is a dagger.

Every elbow is an axe when I teach and when you have adrenaline going, I can't imagine how much harder and faster you could hit with that. This is dangerous. So you have to make sure you don't draw the sword unless it's time to draw the sword. This is not a kids game. Now, what's interesting is I'm talking about martial arts.

However, when you learn this art of communication the way I teach it, your words become like weapons and shields and someone can get knocked out and wake up with a brain damage. It happens. Not too often does someone get a broken heart or a scar emotionally and never really recover from it. They just kind of carry it forward and what does it do? It completely changes their personality.

So it looks like the scar doesn't hurt but it's that they've had to adjust to their personality so that the pain doesn't hurt anymore. You feel me on this? In recent times I recognized by myself that so much of my personality was based on the damage that was done to me.

Like , I'm cool. I get it. However, that's the experience that you guys are having of me and there's my internal experience. What you see on outside is what's on the inside. However, I've tried to keep the internal damage done to me as a child and growing up as positive as I can.
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Communication is my sword and my shield
Date: 29.12.18
I'm 41 as I've doing martial arts for 30 years. So I've been teaching martial arts for 27 years or so okay about three years into training and I started teaching. So I would take men and women who didn't have much confidence, they were bullied or wanted to get in shape.

I would turn them into monsters and that's what I wanted. I've kicked people out of my academy many times because they had bad attitude. I would always train for the street. The difference between myself and everybody else is I would train to defend myself because that was the world that I was growing up in.

One of my top students was arrested because he knocked somebody out in the fight and the person has brain damage. My student is a really really good guy. He's a very kind, good human being. The person he hit has two children and is married and now has brain damage. So that's what I'm talking about. Okay, never mind

So I would take these people and teach them how to become very strong and confident. So what happens is the body becomes a weapon. Every fish is a sword, every finger is a dagger.

Every elbow is an axe when I teach and when you have adrenaline going, I can't imagine how much harder and faster you could hit with that. This is dangerous. So you have to make sure you don't draw the sword unless it's time to draw the sword. This is not a kids game. Now, what's interesting is I'm talking about martial arts.

However, when you learn this art of communication the way I teach it, your words become like weapons and shields and someone can get knocked out and wake up with a brain damage. It happens. Not too often does someone get a broken heart or a scar emotionally and never really recover from it. They just kind of carry it forward and what does it do? It completely changes their personality.

So it looks like the scar doesn't hurt but it's that they've had to adjust to their personality so that the pain doesn't hurt anymore. You feel me on this? In recent times I recognized by myself that so much of my personality was based on the damage that was done to me.

Like , I'm cool. I get it. However, that's the experience that you guys are having of me and there's my internal experience. What you see on outside is what's on the inside. However, I've tried to keep the internal damage done to me as a child and growing up as positive as I can.
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