Japan’s Classical Martial Schools: Can They Survive? by Stanley Pranin

One of man’s greatest satisfactions is the sense of having achieved a measure of immortality. Parents leave this world feeling comfort in the fact they have transmitted their wisdom and the essence of their lives’ experiences to their children. A writer does the same through his works knowing—or at least hoping— that somewhere, somehow, some unknown person will be touched by his words and enriched by the encounter. A painter aims to cast aside the veil of time revealing his artistic message through images on canvas.

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