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    On Kenponet Mr. Parker (Ed Parker, Jr.) Posted on 08/25/2005:

    "During our lives we choose to do many things. We choose our hobbies and our passions that are outside of our jobs and our families. Kenpo is a choice for so many. People choose it as a hobby or an activity or for what ever reason they wind up here. Kenpo for me has been a choice for me as well. Not as simple of a choice since it has involved every part of my life, my friends, my family and my social life, my career and my art. Mostly all of my memories have been somehow related to the martial arts industry. But I have chosen to be here or at least stay here.

    During my journey I have gotten close to so many, but few have I been closer to than Ron Chap'el. He has been my friend, my brother, my confidant, my instructor. He is going in for surgery for a major health issue today. He is nervous and concerned as am I. I wanted to share this with this community in hopes that you include him in your thoughts and prayers.

    I am under the belief that the collective mind is a strong and powerful force and if as many can focus on a person with a positive vibe that it would somehow make a difference.

    I thank you...

    Hang in there Brother Ron...

    Love your brother Edmund"
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    Mr. Parker's update on Kenponet (dated 8/31/05):

    "He had a surgery that could have left him a quadrapalegic, but so far he is recovering day by day with no effects of the negative. He is in extreme pain and the healing process is going to be a long process. However, all is not over he still has one more to go. So your thoughts and prayers are still needed and encouraged. Thank you for all of your kind words and notes, I read some to Ron and it lifted his spirits a small bit. Keep the notes posting he will be reading them in the days ahead.

    Once again thank you kenpo community..."


    (thanks to Kenpodoc for originally posting this on Martial Talk)
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    Thumbs up Re: Speedy Recovery, Doc!

    Glad to hear the surgery went well & best wishes for a speedy recovery, Sir! The following quote from one of the "Infinite Insights" books came to mind:

    "So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit,
    It's when things seem worst that you mustn't quit."

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    Doc,

    Good luck, I hope you are doing OK.

    Take care, Gary

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    Default Re: Speedy Recovery, Doc!

    good luck, doc!!

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    Default Re: Speedy Recovery, Doc!

    Doc

    Good Luck and best wishes for a speedy recovery, Sir!
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    Default Re: Speedy Recovery, Doc!

    Thank you all for your well wishes.

    And why don't I get notified when someone posts here?
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    "Knowledge speaks but wisdom listens." - Ed Parker Sr.

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    Question Re: Speedy Recovery, Doc!

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc
    Thank you all for your well wishes.

    And why don't I get notified when someone posts here?
    Just a suggestion Sir, but have you checked under User CP, Edit Options? They have a section that you can choose if you want all your subscribed threads to get email notifications. "No email notification" is the default.

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    Default Re: Speedy Recovery, Doc!

    Quote Originally Posted by Gin-Gin2
    Just a suggestion Sir, but have you checked under User CP, Edit Options? They have a section that you can choose if you want all your subscribed threads to get email notifications. "No email notification" is the default.

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    Duh! Why didn't I think of that? Thanks for the help. As far as my recovery, we'll find out soon. I scheduled to be in Nebraska as first outing the weekend of October 14th. I'm sure a posting or two from those in attendance will give the verdict.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc
    Duh! Why didn't I think of that? Thanks for the help. As far as my recovery, we'll find out soon. I scheduled to be in Nebraska as first outing the weekend of October 14th. I'm sure a posting or two from those in attendance will give the verdict.
    No problem, Sir--someone had to point it out to me too. Hope your trip to Nebraska goes well.
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