Sacramento Martial Arts and Karate
Lately, I have felt silent. There have been lots of ideas for a journal, but when the time comes to write it out? The ideas fall flat. Last night is worth writing about.
For 5 years I have had the same fitness goal: to keep up with my nephew Luke. All the push ups, crunches, miles, kata, all of it, is to be fit enough to play with my now 5 year old nephew at his level. Yesterday, that goal was accomplished!
Luke was in town visiting grandma. She needed a…Continue
My Way of Life
In reading this great book I was inspired and captured by a few sections.
1st: Win by losing
I found this section to be of great inspirational value for me- “that even in numbers you can calm a storm”; some times in life were faced with difficult choices and how we handle them and come out ahead makes us who we are.
The moral of this section I…Continue
Added by Adren Bradley on June 27, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments
This month is going by way too quickly. It's been a big month with a few ups and downs.
My birthday was up... the cold I can't seem to get rid of is a down. My dog eating something he shouldn't have and the ensuing vet bill... definitely a down. The raise I got last month reflecting on my paychecks... up. Falling behind on my mileage while I was sick... major bummer. The comfort of knowing that there a couple bike rides coming up that will make that right up...…Continue
Everything is going smoothly. Same struggles for a while now. Need to read more. Need to start running some longer distances. Need to find that quiet place where meditation is easier. Still... I'm going... and that feels like progress. Simply because I haven't stopped.
Community service project is brewing nicely. I've gotten pretty wrapped up in it all. I'm volunteering at the craft fair for them this weekend, for Getty Owl Foundation, and logging all the volunteer time I can…Continue
Join Zen Martial Arts for a “Green” Community Picnic
July 9 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at Coloma Community Center
Sacramento, CA, June 10, 2011 – Zen Martial Arts is hosting its second annual community picnic on Saturday, July 9 from 10:00 am…Continue
It is with great sadness that I must inform you of the passing of Dr. George "Doc" Thompson.
For 27 years, as founder and CEO of the Verbal Judo Institute, Doc led the charge to elevate the professionalism and communication skills for crisis professionals, such as law enforcement and all first responders.
His work gained many followers, in both the public and private sectors.
"The entire basis of Verbal Judo is to treat people with dignity and respect, most of all…
Added by Mike Oliver on June 9, 2011 at 1:43pm — No Comments