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Kino Martial Arts Adult Student Handbook - A Guide for Everyday Living With Purpose - cover

Kino Martial Arts Adult Student Handbook - A Guide for Everyday Living With Purpose

McCartney Green

Publisher: McCartney Green

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Short, simple and to the point, this manual is allegorically written as a martial arts student handbook for Grandmaster Eric Kino's famous martial arts schools as developed in the books, Messages from Transcendent Beings, and Dandelions Never Die. It is actually a guide for anyone who would like to live life on purpose rather than on accident. 
A short read, a hands on application to doing all the things that can improve your life, your body, your mind and spirit. Add to that a lesson for the world concering living together in peace and respect for each other.

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