Hello Mighty Mom, thanks for the welcome email. Just so you know I have an entire blog spanning over 30 pages on blogger. I use the same user name there. Now to answer your question.....I don't think there is a tie between atheism and religion they are two entirely different subjects and disciplines. The spiritual aspects of martial arts such as meditation are all geared towards the mastery of self. The main goal of martial arts is to teach you to master yourself. Learning how to defend yourself is an added bonus. You learn to unite both body and mind so that they work in unison. Martial arts to a true martial artist is a way of life and a never ending path of discipline and learning. Fighting is a last resort and is only used to stave off an attack, not with the intent to seriously harm or injure your attacker.
by Shil19787 years ago
What are the different types of martial arts?
by India Arnold8 months ago
Should martial art tactics be considered offensive or defensive? Why?
by providence5 years ago
What are the world's top 10 deadliest Martial arts?We were talking with friends about martial arts and we just wondered. What are the best and deadliest ones in the world.
by Olly4 years ago
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by bobbytnr6 years ago
Martial Arts comes which category in hug pages Arts and Crafts or Sports?i am a kung fu student. I believe its not a sport its an art but i did not find any option in hug pages to categorize in Arts section.
by thebeast025 years ago
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