Ancient Teaching: "One-Sun longer, more
"One-Sun shorter, more Deadly"
how to go about having their sword
polished. My Advice:
Find the quality of polish you
admire. Ask the owner who polished
that sword and contact that
polisher directly. NEVER
have a dealer or go between take
your sword for polish. They charge
a large percentage and contract
for cheap work. Rule:
Pay as little as possible for a
sword - but always pay as much as
possible for quality polish. You
do not want to have poor polish
work. Therefore never
use a dealer for a go-between;
always write the actual polisher
and send your sword to that
on Care of Books
books, one mar or fingerprint to
the ink of the pictures - one
crease or crush to a page - any
difference from brand-new, creates
value loss and permanently sets
the book back. Just as chips in a
blade - or chips in the lacquer of
a Saya create value loss. It is
use" is damage to books.
They will sell when they sell. They
really will. They'll sell
tomorrow - or maybe within the
year. How will it
feel looking back in five years,
if your sale items sell in a month
- or in a year and half? Once sold,
they are gone and not before.
it doesn't matter - only that
they sold at some point and that
you didn't let a thing you
wanted, get away.
you end up with the things that
Pictures Don't Show
What Can't Be Seen
First Things First
Dress in Pretty Clothes
The Old Way is the
make a Cow's Ear
from a Silk Purse
Room full of Liars,
What is your truth?
You Really Know...
-You'll be Alone
Proverb: "Get back what you pay, and yer OK"