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Thinking of the 4th of July

Monday, July 4th

It was an ordinary day. But it was not an ordinary day. It was the 4th of July.

We wake up at 5:15. 531 more words


The Fly & The Bay Window, or Relaxation & Perspective

The headache.
I awoke with a headache a few months ago.  Still lying in bed, I tried to relax the area where I could feel the tension stemming from. 355 more words

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September-A Month of Ups and Downs

So September has been a good month for animal lovers in terms of conservation and discovery. On a happy note there is the discovery of four new giraffe species and the fact that giant pandas are no longer on the endangered list! 703 more words

A Study in Being a Meat Hook

Our arms made contact and I tried to slide my arm up to my student’s neck. His left arm automatically came up to intercept me. Good. 458 more words


The Cove Hunt In Japan Is Back & Dolphins Are in Serious Danger – They Need Our Attention — Sept. 08, 2016

by Alexa Erickson, Collective Evolution When we think of endangered species, one of the first things that comes to mind is how human activity has played a part.

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Beginning Poc Khek

I don’t teach Poc Khek to many students, only to those who are ready.

This is because if the student were to learn Poc Khek too early he would end up with a lot of hardness and little softness. 437 more words


Competition Push Hands

Someone recently asked me if I am aware of the latest competition push hands rules in China.

I have to say I am ignorant because I don’t train for competition push hands and neither do my students. 195 more words