Mar
17

Why tarnish Budo… “On Whose Terms?,” by Nev Sagiba

When you have accrued experience in a subject sufficient to be capable of imparting more than an idea but real function, on whose terms do you teach? Yours or the student’s? When you rescue someone, on whose terms do you effect the save? Yours or the person whose flawed judgement got them into the trouble they are in? Self-evident, one would suppose. And yet, stereotypical expectations tend to muddy the waters. When you rescue some drowning people they try to drag you under and there are techniques for rendering them submissive to the rescue process…

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