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Writing Kicks Karate and writing Two things that seem to be on different wavelengths from any perspective They are alike in ways we would never imagine In both quality supercedes everything both are respected when either one is done in a dignified confident manner and learning the basics is just the beginning of both crafts In the skill of writing and karate quality is greatly valued in comparison to quantity You can kick someone as much as you want but if it is not well placed and struck properly it will be ineffective The same goes for writing you can write all you want about a certain topic but if it does not grab the readers interest or make an impact on the reader it is pretty much useless Once quality is established and becomes a habit in both arts praise will eventually be given to acknowledge hard work As Miyagi says in The Karate Kid You make good fight and get respect Respect is something that is not just given to anyone The writer and the fighter need to make an admirable impression before anyone will respect them Prior to any of this happening the basics must be learned You cannot write a formal essay if you do not know the simple structures of writing In karate it is the same Learn stand before fly Miyagi says to Daniel In karate balance is the most important so that is the first thing to be mastered before moving onto other things Karate and writing go hand-in-hand in many ways Each of these crafts prefers and values quality Respect has to be earned and well fought for And learning the pure basics of either art is what will eventually empower all to greater success
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