Asian Food Fest: Getting Filled in Unexpected Ways

Sometimes, you find wisdom in the most unexpected places, when you least expect it and when you don’t go looking for it.

Sometimes, wisdom takes on the shape of a small, unassuming, fragile [looking], yet uncanningly strong, 82-year-old, Hawaiian Japanese American Aikido sensei, from a family of 13 children, married for 50 years, with the smiling eyes, and who goes by the name, Walt.

Sometimes, wisdom isn’t defined by age, culture, history or geography.

Sometimes, wisdom is defined by having the ability to listen intently with one’s ears, having an open heart, willingness to learn, being able to be humble and not having an ego .

Sometimes, wisdom is a two-way street, well traveled by both the young and the old.

Asian Food Fest.

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~ by Maureen on June 7, 2010.

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