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As I put on my Aikido uniform I was very nervous about starting classes once again especially since I didnt have any practice in almost a year I had no idea what to expect from my new Sensei What was his teaching style Is he truly a good teacher How well am I going to get along with him These questions ran through my mind as I was sitting in the car on the way to my first class Little did I know as I walked through the doors of my Dojo that I was about to meet one of the greatest people I would ever meet I stepped into the sparring room it was the biggest room in the whole dojo just like the rest of the building everything was decorated in a traditional Japanese style The walls were made of wood that the Sensei carved himself along with his students The floor mat was white covered with a stretched cloth and the walls were covered with weapons staffs and katana swords that were used for practice in more advanced classes In the middle of the dojo right in front of the sparring area there was a shrine to Morihei Ueshiba the founder of Aikido under whom Homma Sensei studied for several years I took my place on the sparring mat among the other students and waited patiently for the class to start After about two or three minutes had passed my Sensei finally appeared in the doorway Even though he was well over the age of sixty he didnt look a day older than fifty He stepped onto the mat got down on his knees and bowed to the shrine of Sensei Ueshiba He then proceeded to the front of the class where after we took our bows the class had begun The very second Sensei started talking I did not understand a single word that came out of his mouth His Japanese
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