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There is so much to me, and yet i have such a longlong way to go. I am still discovering myself...everyday i will tell u something more about me

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

need help

universe, universe..
please solve this problem for me

the aikido teachers have told me to go
becoz i have a renal failure
they'r scared that if i die in their class,
i will cause them legal hassles

i called up the director today
and spoke to him about me
he said he'll talk to the lawyers
but told me not to have high hopes

universe, oh dear universe..
i want to learn martial arts
this is my passion and my love
please sort this out for me
i need help universe, please help me..

8 Comments:

Blogger Amrit said...

Praying for u anu
they will surely teach u
dont worry take care

11:59 PM, April 11, 2006  
Blogger Pierre Turlur said...

Dear Anu,

One can do Aikido within the universe, but surely, the universe is doing aikido with Anu right now.

You are in very good hands

Don't worry

Love

3:57 AM, April 12, 2006  
Blogger Pierre Turlur said...

Dear Anu,

One can do Aikido within the universe, but surely, the universe is doing aikido with Anu right now.

You are in very good hands

Don't worry

Love

3:57 AM, April 12, 2006  
Blogger Matt Kohai said...

Anu, I keep my hopes up for you. I was 55 pounds overweight, with a poor self-image, low self-esteem and taking medication for diabetes. I started dieting in November, and practicing aikido in February. I feel better than I ever have in my entire life, I'm in the best shape I've been in years - from 225 pounds down to 178.5 and counting (the goal is 170), from a 39-inch waist to a 32 and still shrinking, I've never felt better about myself, I'm discovering new muscles (and bruises!) every day - and I've made a good friend by meeting Kim, the best I could have ever found anywhere.

If aikido doesn't work for you, DON'T SURRENDER. There are other alternatives. Consider tai chi - a challenging but low-impact martial art, very beautiful and graceful - Kim and I watched a class today with our aikido sensei and are considering joining. And if you can't find an instructor, STILL DON'T SURRENDER. There is no reason you can't attempt to learn on your own - a difficult challenge to be sure, but you would not be the first to try it, and won't be the last.

Ask Kim privately for my email address if you want to talk more on this - I'd be glad to give you all the support and encouragement I can.

10:57 AM, April 12, 2006  
Blogger Pierre Turlur said...

Anu,

Surrender is the way.

Nothing else to say.

Love

11:21 AM, April 12, 2006  
Blogger ozymandiaz said...

Anu, is this something you are going to need dialasis for? i certainly hope not. kohai-ny is right about the tai-chi. It is not so much a combatant art as aikido but it has wonderful energy.

7:37 PM, April 12, 2006  
Blogger WDKY said...

I'm so sorry Anu... I hope things work out for you. But I also immediately thought "tai chi"... it looks so beautiful, and graceful.

Thinking of you, Anu x

2:42 AM, April 13, 2006  
Blogger anu said...

Thanks Amrit, very kind of you.

Pierre - I believe so too..that i am in safe hands.

Kohai - That seems like an incredible journey! Kudos to you. Thank you for your suggestions of considering tai-chi. I will keep my doors open for that.

Ozy - I need dialysis for my kidneys. But i loved the energy of aikido and i am very perceptive. It went well for three sessions so i had let go and let myself get totally into it. So the heavy dissapointment, becoz i did not consider that they may come back and ask me to pack up & leave.

Thank you wdky. Tai-chi is really beautiful and graceful. I did not have enough motivation to focus on my kidneys and heal them, in the past. Probably now i have. Becoz there are other things i want to do and for that a pair of perfectly working kidneys seem really essential. Many thanks for keeping me in your thoughts :-)

6:57 PM, April 14, 2006  

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