Japan and the Daito Ryu: A trip to the Shimbukan

“You’ve been too long in this place. The air is rancid. Your life is stagnant, You do not flow. You must therefore leave in search of new dawns. Your setting no longer brings you new things. Leave the superfluous, take with you only what is essential, the minimum possible. Your heart, your spirit, and your body are enough.”
Over and over I remember hearing these words in my mind. For the life of me, I can’t remember where I first viewed them, but they stuck with me as I boarded the plane to Japan.

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