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Lesson 3 and 5 notes from Tobias' class

QuestionAnswer
What is jujitsu? Japanese form of unarmed combat
What is the main idea of jujitsu? Use opponent's strength against them
Which form of unarmed combat has become a popular sport? Judo
What were martial arts designed to do? Eliminate violence or selfish bullying
What is the “no-sword” method? Not defeating people but in not being defeated
Why must you memorize these books? It is good mental discipline
How do you leave the classroom and why? You bow to the teacher and a picture of Confucius then back out of the room
When do you learn the most difficult lessons? What are they? Why? The most difficult lessons are taught in the coldest time of the year to help build discipline and character.
What does a samurai NEVER do? Never complains
Created by: Kupdegrove