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    I love this. I have always been invoved in sports, but have always felt very ungraceful. Not sure that is a true attribute, just the way we see ourselves. Our family started taking Tae Kwon Do 4 years ago, and at first it all felt very strange and awkward, but now, it is not so much. I am working on my 2nd degree black belt. I have so much to learn, but occassionally I get a compliment from a lower rank who sees me as "Graceful" and even though my instructor is good with compliments, his job is to point out what I am doing wrong, so it is nice to hear from someone that I am graceful. Keep practicing, and you will do those drills, with grace. I too need to add fun into the occassion! Thanks!

    Thanks, Maury, for the understanding and support - you rock! Just back from playing Hacky Sack and trying to improve.

    Maybe it is not the right thing for and you need to find the most appropriate way to boost your skills and capabilities and your positive output towards life.

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