My Sabonim stopped by me between line drills with an inquiry.
Where are you deficient?
Now, he was talking about curriculum.
This, however, was what popped into my brain:
Sunshine. Sleep. Classes. Reading. Writing. Practice. Prioritizing. Push ups. Vegetables. Calcium. Meditations. Laundry. Filing. Coffee. Invitations. Referrals. Technology. Facebook. Patience. Parties. Bike riding. Bird watching. Dancing. Poetry. Walking. Warmth. Friendships. Love. Time. Hope.
And I feel as if I need more ridiculously high heels that I have no place to wear.
But again, he was speaking of curriculum. And my curriculum is good – needs polish and practice of course (constant never ending improvement) but otherwise I am as confident as it is in my nature to be. So I shook those scattered thoughts from my head, and replied “Nowhere, Sir.”
The other answers pestered throughout the day. It was a good question.
Will keep working on all aspects. The best part of our martial arts curriculum is that it includes all those things which are not a part of our curriculum.