Mr. Griff, Sir!

humanoidhistory:

Toshirō Mifune as Kikuchiyo in Seven Samurai, aka 七人の侍 (1954)

humanoidhistory:

Toshirō Mifune as Kikuchiyo in Seven Samurai, aka 七人の侍 (1954)

(via the-history-of-fighting)

samuraitears:

Winter had arrived   Three slayed to prevail on one   It was a great day

samuraitears:

Winter had arrived   Three slayed to prevail on one   It was a great day

(via the-history-of-fighting)

noelfrost:

prinnyemperor:

in brightest day in blackest night something something green lantern

False, it’s actually:

image

(via rhenzu)

the-history-of-fighting:

There’s a time and a place for yoga…

the-history-of-fighting:

There’s a time and a place for yoga…

itsablogwow:

zackisontumblr:

meanplastic:

THE ENEMY

the most stressful post on this website

The fact that I’m not mobile and had to wait for some of these to load…

DAMNULOADINGBAR!!!

(Source: 7at1stroke, via rhenzu)

the-history-of-fighting:

Anette Busch (1882 – 1969) was an Estonian strong woman and wrestler who fled to Japan to escape the Russian Revolution in 1917. While there, she became the first female sumo wrestler from outside of Japan and saw huge success beating all opponents who stood before her, most of which were men.
Source

the-history-of-fighting:

Anette Busch (1882 – 1969) was an Estonian strong woman and wrestler who fled to Japan to escape the Russian Revolution in 1917. While there, she became the first female sumo wrestler from outside of Japan and saw huge success beating all opponents who stood before her, most of which were men.

Source

Top Gear 20x05

(Source: rallykimi, via topgear)

medleyofmeanings:

Warrior in Training by - maxre
“Not only must a warrior be strong with his bow, but he must have a heart full of pity for all living creatures.” ― Eiji Yoshikawa

medleyofmeanings:

Warrior in Training by - maxre

“Not only must a warrior be strong with his bow, but he must have a heart full of pity for all living creatures.” 
― Eiji Yoshikawa

(via shaped-by-karate)

thinkmoreblahless:

In an argument, you may silence your opponent by pressing an advantage of strength, or of wealth, or of education.
But you do not really convince him.
Though he is no longer saying anything, in his heart he still keeps to his opinion. The only way to make him change that opinion is to speak quietly and reasonably.
When he understands that you are not trying to defeat him, but only to find the truth, he will listen to you and perhaps accept what you tell him.
- Jigoro Kano

thinkmoreblahless:

In an argument, you may silence your opponent by pressing an advantage of strength, or of wealth, or of education.

But you do not really convince him.

Though he is no longer saying anything, in his heart he still keeps to his opinion. The only way to make him change that opinion is to speak quietly and reasonably.

When he understands that you are not trying to defeat him, but only to find the truth, he will listen to you and perhaps accept what you tell him.

- Jigoro Kano

(via shaped-by-karate)