Interview with the leader of the only Macedonian dojo for Samurai and Ninja arts
I called you many times to arrange an interview and I always got the answer that you have nothing new to say. Now when I finally managed to get you to sit down with me, I wanted to ask you why you think that is the case?
In the past I have given more interviews that I have deserved. The principles of martial arts were set in stone a long time ago and I can’t even think, let alone want to change them. Except that, all previous questions more-or-less have been similar and connected with my Way in the martial arts. But from another point, about what else could someone want to ask a man that has dedicated his entire life to the practice of martial arts. And in the end, to be honest, I would rather not talk about anything else.
It is strange, but as the years pass, the sense of love changes its form, intensity, direction and meaning. It is an incredible feeling the can give a lot and at the same time take a lot – it is a phenomenon that drives the ideas and forms the guidelines of our planet since humanity came to be.
I am sorry, but I will clumsily avoid this question. I have so much material to talk about, and almost not a sliver of will to open up my soul to the public.