My Story as the Worlds Only 'Gaijin' Japanese Bladesmith

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+6 1. 5ubZer0 commented 7 years ago

here is his youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/CarterCutlery
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+2 2. Burimi commented 7 years ago

5:10 those hands deserve respect.
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+7 3. ozmasood commented 7 years ago

Great! Now I wanna be a bladesmith too. So much for my degree in accounting :|
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+6 4. HellsVacancy commented 7 years ago

Very nice story but I doubt he's "the worlds only"
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+7 5. loscohones commented 7 years ago

he has truly an enlighthened mind, free from all the bullshit we are living everyday
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+6 6. dopkop commented 7 years ago

Great reflection on Zen.

So much value lies in learning to practice correctly, the path of mastery never ends.

Satisfaction lies in mindful repetition, the discovery of endless richness in subtle variations on familiar themes.
Love the practice.