From an early age, I began nine years of intense martial arts training, called Zen Do Kai. Through my training by my master, Yen, I learned many techniques in addition to self-defense, things like healing by using mind control, pressure points and self-control. Seven of those years I trained myself and created my own fighting style that I have never taught anyone, but hope to teach my children if they wish to learn it. I have very rarely been sick throughout my life, other than a bit of the sniffles and a tickle in the throat that last's no longer than a day or two. As my master would say, a healthy mind leads to a healthy body. I guess by now, at age thirty-three, that must be true.
I have been on the Internet for the last five years trying to figure out the problems of today's world, in hope that I could come up with some common sense ways to fix them. Until recently, I have rarely joined forum sites. I have come to realize there are a lot of problems, but with the ideas I have, hopefully someone of importance will listen.
My Master always told me that there will always be people after my heart, or soul as some may refer to it. If there are any people out there with that in mind, good luck. My heart is pretty solid. I do not feel pain like most do; I have learned to block it out, which has come in handy a few times. I would love to teach some people the things I have learned, but I can be a hard person, and it’s not so easy to earn my trust. I cannot teach those whose glasses are full, for example.
There are two ways to gain my trust, and one is by answering a simple question. This question has been passed down to me to find those who use common sense. Those who can use their common sense are generally very trustworthy people (though not always). I always give people three chances in life, which means three chances to get the answer correct. Do not feel bad if you do not know the answer, I am sure you will get it eventually, it just takes some longer than others, thus is life. There are multiple answers to this question, but only one is correct. It is a common sense answer and from my viewpoint is above debate.