Friendship, friends. Sometimes they are taken for granted. Many times I am surprised of how they take different paths.
The best way to enjoy friends is not take them for granted and to be wise enough to know that friendship will last in your heart, but perhaps your friends may not be at reach.
These kids are all happy! If you notice, the have different ribbons for different medals after a match were they fought against each other, still they share the same passion for the sport and respect each other for what each can do. I don’t know many persons that would deal with that, perhaps if we were younger..
This is a Tae Kwon Do exhibition. This sport is the second practiced in Mexico, just after Soccer. Who would guess that!
I wanted to post a tribute to you and take advantage of the Weekly Challenge family.
We, the ones that take the time to share the things we like, the things that we find interesting.. and not even that, we that take the time to read others people’s blog knowing that most of the time they are making an effort to gather things up, touch them a little or too much just so we can have a pice of their heart.
A new beginning, a new road to walk when people dare to start their personal journey. The one knocking inside us to be let out free to be heard. Most of that we do alone, we think, but the truth is there is always someone around us that we barely notice that is there to share a helping hand and hint us the way.
With this images I need to acknowledge YOU. All that read blogs, that subscribe to them, that cheer and that put a part of them when they write down a comment.
As a disciplined family we need to aplaude the new members of this community and help them with their first steps on their way to their purpose. Thank you for taking the time.
I thought about this because of my current boss, and not that he is that kind of Tae-kwon-Do couch, for that I would wish. My boss just wants me to be a clone of him. Well, that is not going to happen.
Sport couches have a totally different relationship with their teams. They have a sixth sense about people that tells them what they are capable of. Couches have this ability to bring out the best of one, making him/her unique, growing a person’s hidden virtues, helping the team to be one with one same goal. They are positive, challenging, daring. They face you up front with your mistakes, they don’t tell you what the “Organization” is expecting from you and what you (alone) are supposed to do. They teach you, they don’t assume you should know.
The photos are from a Juvenile Tae-Kwon-Do National Championship in Mexico. Tae-Kwon-Do is the second sport people do in the country, just after Soccer.
This was a fun photo-session, I hope you enjoy these as much as I do.