Kohler Elite Karate


Posted: July 17, 2017

One day, there was a New York businessman who was running late for work.  As he rushed to catch the train, he noticed a homeless man selling pencils at a table.  In his frenzy, he dropped a dollar into the cup and hurriedly stepped aboard the subway train.   On the second thought, he stepped back off the train, walked over to the homeless man and took several pencils from the cup.  Apologetically, he explained that in his haste he had neglected to pick up his pencils, and he hoped the man wouldn’t be upset with him.  “After all,” he said.  “You are a business man just like myself.  You have merchandise to sell, and it’s fairly priced.”  He then caught the next train. 


Posted: July 10, 2017

This month our student “mat chats” are focused on modesty. Here is a story we are going to be sharing with them.  We hope you enjoy it as well! There once was a martial arts master who had a student that was very difficult to teach.  The student just seemed to know it all!  No matter what the master taught, the student always seemed to either have a better way or to know why the master’s way wouldn’t work.   

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