Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Too close for missiles, switching to guns.


I have graduated from the Master Instructor Development Program through POST. At what cost, the list is long and plentiful. Even though I also became an RKC and an AKC coach in this duration, I really focused on self accomplishment, and other things took a secondary role. That is now changing.

I will be taking a break from blogging for a spell. It is time for me to regroup and refocus. This blog is only taking a snooze, and will rear its ugly head again. For those of you who need to get a hold of me can get me through my email ( or if you have my cell, you are always welcome to call.

Needless to say, I have enjoyed my encounters with so many wonderful people in this blogosphere! Ken, (who I already knew from kettlebell training) Franz, Tom, Rif, were the mainstays in the beginning after the RKC, and then people who popped in during its run, Sarah, KBL, Rolando, Podunk. Thanks for the input!

Before I go underground, I must say this. Division is pointless. Mocking other styles is pointless. In the end, a healthier stronger body is the goal in order to be a productive person to our families and keeping our community intact. How you get there is your business. The world is turning and is going to get darker before it gets lighter. Contribute to the lightness. Count your blessings, because you have it better than you think.

Going silent for now, but I shall return. (Filipinos love Gen. MacArthur :) )


Wildcard said...


Congratulations Pete. Its been a long hard road for you, well done! Enjoy your break.

Franz Snideman said...

Congrat's Pete! You have undoubtedlu worked your butt off to graduate!

I will miss you on the blogs for sure! Please check in when you can and I can't wait to have you back on blogsville!

Great post about contributing to the lightness rather than to the darkness!


God Bless you and your family Pete!

Franz Snideman said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family Pete!

God Bless!

BJ Bliffert said...

Congrats Pete!

Good luck with all your future ventures.

I hope our paths cross again in the future, I'll await future blog posts.