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Everything starts with the basics

Everything starts with the basics
Now I'm reviewing the basics to knit baskets.
However, it seems that many parents of the same age are in the midst of their children's struggle with the entrance examinations.

I didn't have any experience in the fight for the entrance exam, so I don't know, but I was able to listen to the story using an analogy of an individual fight in judo, and it made me think I understand. If it's a team competition, the five of us work together, and I've been at the top of all the prefectures (I was a point-getter in the team competition, after all).
However, if it becomes a national tournament, I have an unpleasant memory of being thrown like garbage by the same age and younger people in the Kodokan, if it is not a world unknown to me of inexperience and a tournament.

So, it's good that I took the exam with great enthusiasm with such a fierce group of people from all over the country, but I can only understand the state of being swept away by the atmosphere around me, not being able to show off my usual self, and the disappointment I feel, so I won't comment on it, and I can't.

But I realized after living nearly 50 years that life is a hundred times different if you make use of what you've learned from that mistake or not. If you make a mistake, I hope you realize that how quickly you make use of that mistake will change your outlook on life.

Also, the environment is so good nowadays that it is easy to learn the skills.
But there is a pitfall here too.
Technology takes shape by learning countless basics. If you neglect it, you won't be able to get it out at the crucial time.

If I had had a sense of age that I would know my destiny at the age of fifty when I was a teenager, I would have been able to do it easily. I would like to think that it is something that people are born with, and that they can become famous in the world because they are already in a state of mind where they are in their teens and know their destiny at fifty.

In any case, both judo and examinations are lonely, and if you don't conquer yourself, you won't be able to win.
In addition, the pressure of the surrounding environment, the overwhelming tension, and the lack of any of the mental, physical, and psychological elements needed to overcome the expectations.

But I failed, so my life doesn't end there.
Most people learn from their mistakes, so...

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