I was watching a science show last night about elephants. There was a drought in their environment and in order to survive they needed to find water. The eldest led them on a journey to a water hole outside of their normal habitat environment.
Once there this journey and water hole became a remembered event and pathway to all the members. The memory of this place and journey that enabled their survival was now passed down to all the members of the herd. It was a survival tool that the eldest member had been taught in her youth and was now passed on to the rest of the herd to be used in the future if needed
This is our art. Methods that are passed on to ensure the survival of our families and friends. Lessons that were learned long ago in a different time and country that still hold the answers to how to survive and live happy and safer lives. It is what Dennis and I have learned and continue to learn from our teachers. It is what we strive to pass on to others through Shinobi Science. It is what we share with you to be able to have a happier and safer life.
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