WOW!!! you actually kind of defeated you Sensei, that is amazing. I can never do that to my master---he is a badass 65 years old dude (forgive me, master).Originally Posted by teddeler
We call our master as Sennai or sometimes Sensai (not Sensei)-----both words derived from Sanscrit.
Sorry, I forgot to mention. The word -Garu is one of the several respect prefixes in my language (again, derived from Sanscrit). I have to call my master as Sensai Vali-garu. He will kill me if I don't.
He will say: *How can learn martial arts, if you don't even know how to respect your own master?*
*I had no idea, master*
*Well, now you do, start cleaning the floors, and let that be a lesson for you*
*Don't make me do it*
So, the word -garu means respected or honored. He will kick me out if he knows that I made fun about him.
Anyways, I also want to learn and become a teacher in martial arts. Probably when I am 65 years old like my master.
*I meant no offense to you, my master*