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Real Karate Preface
by Karate Instructor Michael Brix (for several years a close acquaintence of the author, Sensei K . Oerum)
Since I was quite small I have received karate training from Sensei Oerum and it is with the greatest pleasure I greet the issue of this book; it ha long been missed. Sensei Oerum's karate style - his personal Dai Ki Haku - saw the light of day in 1983. Throughout the years I have known him he has been my ideal, both because of his skill and because he has always treated me and his other students kindly and fairly. Some years ago I was hardly the most talented of karate students and became a figure of fun for many other people within karate, but not Sensei Oerum. Later I saw that his understanding of humanity and psychology is quite exceptional in Danish karate. i followed him as a fifteen-year-old and became one of the faithful followers in his newly-established school. Like him I have dedicated myself to karate and its values, for even in those days I felt that Sensei Oerum had more to offer than any ordinary education could give me.
Non-stop karate became my everyday; something I have never regretted for a moment. I have learnt so much and have become so skilled in karate, and in many other areas, that although my education for life could be considered as unconventional I have no difficulty in getting on together with everyone of my own age, whatever path they have taken.
Finally, I would say that irrespective of the style you train for, an no matter that you are an onlooker who wants to know more about karate and what it actually represents, I heartily recommend this book to you. Michael Brix
'Postscript' of Real Karate
To learn karate for life, there are infinite aspects to explore. It is not impossible to gain knowledge about them, but the path is long.
To be a master of the art means become wise - wise enough to see content in an empty bowl.
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