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Ruhannah Alam


Ruhannah Alam
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A philosophizing aikidoist, seeking to make sense and to play freely, expressing humanist, justice-
loving values.

Fanta Fofana
Respect Ruhanny Alam, now I have an question, what is an aikidoist?

Fanta Fofana
Sorry, just saw that ya Name is Ruhannah!

Fanta Fofana
Do you make Akaido or Karate?

Ruhannah Alam
Aikido, The Art of Peace, founder was Japanese and he developed a martial art that has a profound moral philosophy as well as being an effective and beautifully elegant means of self defence. Trains mind body and spirit, and helps create friendship and sense of community.

Fanta Fofana
Ilike the way you express it, it sound very interesting, To learn to control or to understand the way of the togetherness between spirit and body seen to be very important. When all is working perfectly together like mind, spirit and body, then I think is the time when you are in peace with yourself and so with others. I will check the internet for some infos about it, thank you for your answer!

Dragon's Tongue!
Dragon's Tongue! From: Ruhannah Alam
09-12-2013 18:39

Ruhannah Alam
Thank you so much!

Peaceful Times
Peaceful Times From: Ruhannah Alam via Zal Saadi
08-12-2013 01:15
PS 27
PS 27 From: Ruhannah Alam via Barsetti Angelo
07-12-2013 10:01
Misunderstanding
Misunderstanding From: Ruhannah Alam
07-12-2013 01:44

Azhar Latif
We extended good wishes but they misread it, every time to be guilty as charged: Couplets... read more

Azhar Latif
This piece of poetry by Dr Iqbal is interesting,not easy to translate , a hidden gem. Your composition to... read more

Ruhannah Alam
'i was writing prayers, they were reading curses;' ..... In Urdu, prayers is thvah, and curses is thgah One dot ... read more

Azhar Latif
My approach to Urdu is to seek the spirit of the meaning .Thanks for the suggestion but that would be... read more

Ruhannah Alam
Hmmm, I think the western hegemony needs to be shaken up, and other ( and otherised ) conceptions of human... read more

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