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Training -n- Practice

Blog Article/Post Caveat (Read First Please: Click the Link) How often have you heard or read about how one “trains, practices and applies” there martial discipline, i.e., principled-based methodologies? I know if you are a regular reader here that you have read those three terms in almost all my stuff. Here is where I take my own assumptions and put understanding to them, something I may not have thought of, “our loud (proverbially speaking/writing).
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