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How can a teacher recognize that a student has progressed from 'ha' to 'ri'?
The Japanese use the concept of Shu, ha, ri to indicate progress in development/growth. Straight from its WikiPedia page, Aikido shihan Endou Seishirou said: It is known that, when we learn or ...
Aug 20 '12 at 12:40
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