O-Sensei 1925-1945

I consider the publication of these articles bearing the name of Moritaka Ueshiba (“Moritaka” and “Tsunemori” were first names used by O-Sensei at various times of his life, a practice not uncommon in Japan. -Ed.) as quite significant in that they represent some of the earliest known writings by O-Sensei. (The texts were actually written down by Mr. Bansho Ahsihara based on notes of conversations and lectures of the Founder. See AIKI NEWS No. 41.) The ideas expressed in this series of articles are likely to startle and puzzle many readers who have thus far been exposed to some of the thoughts of O-Sensei during his later years in postwar Japan.

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