Practicing Responsibility-Pass On Knowledge

 "What I receive I must pass on to others. The knowledge that I have must not remain imprisioned in my brain. I owe it to many men and women to do something with it. I feel the need to pay back what was given to me. Call it gratitude...To learn means to accept the postulate that life did not begin at my birth. Others have been there before me, and I walk in their footsteps."

By Elie Wiesel (1986 Nobel Peace Prize)

NOTE: with this said, each and every ANKF Instructors is responsible to pass on what he/she has been given. Not to hold it over others, not to use as leverage to control others, not to compete with others, not to oushine others, but to accept the responsibility that knowledge must "flow like a river" and not be kept in a "reservoir." Pass it on...

Sensei Manuel R. Nunez