Si-Gung Sean Harflinger

Si-Gung Sean Harflinger

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Si-Gung Sean Harflinger

6th Degree Black Sash
Wun Hop Kuen Do Kung Fu
1st Generation
SGM Al Dacascos

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Senior Grand Master Al Dacascos

Wun Hop Kuen Do Kung Fu

Children speak in promises, so promises we must keep.

 

As I was wrapping up class last night I took the opportunity to speak about “contracts”.

 

Adults understand contracts because children speak in promises.

 

Often times the Adult world and its liabilities will disconnect us from that precious promise magic we spoke of as children.

 

From the heart with purpose
From the soul with passion
A promise from a child packs a punch
A promise from a child is pure
Within locked pinky’s the bond is signed for life.

 

What many children need to hear is the language of promises and the contracts that adults promise to keep.

 

It’s sounds like this.

 

I have a contract for you.
(As an adult you use “contract” in place of “promise” for the eventual set up for future “adult” definitions.)

 

A promise I make to you
(I now have bridged the two concepts)

 

I promise to be safe
I promise to be honest
I promise to share
I promise to teach
I promise to care
I promise to listen
I promise to protect

 

I sign this contract with eye contact.
Look to me and I promise to see you.
When we promise friendship
We sign a contract of survival.

 

The two promises every young soul needs to hear.

 

I promise to be your friend
I promise to help you survive

 

Children speak in Promises
So Promises we must Keep

 

As an “at risk” youth myself you never forget that pain. I have worked with “at risk” youth for decades and one thing you can count on.

 

Children whom have been neglected
Children whom are abused
Children whom are forgotten
Those children still believe in promises.

 

How do I know this?
I still believe in Promises.

 

From Makaha to Palama
My contract is to keep my promises
Mahalo for your courtesy.

 

Sifu Sean Harflinger
International Kajukenbo Association
Palama Youth Program

A Path I Share With You

SGM Al Dacascos required I teach and so I received my first 19,656 hours of instruction time in Makaha, Hawaii.
I taught Seven hours a day, six days a week for nearly ten years.
I was the owner, chief instructor and sole proprieter.
Leeward Martial Arts
Makaha, Hawaii

 

Si-Hing Sean was my name forever as I developed and learned what my style of teaching would evolve into.
Makaha is a masterclass in beauty and community and raising my family and teaching in Makaha has become a valueble piece of my families story here in Hawaii.
From Si-Hing to Sifu my service started to shift as more and more paths to leadesrhip were placed before me.
As a brand new (white sash) SGM Al Dacascos would often leave the school and its everyday operations under my watch while he traveled. I was always a bit shocked but eager to fullfill my duties and this trust has carried our friendship forward this past quater century.

 

W.H.K.D-K.O.A-I.K.A.

The International Kajukenbo Association

I have been a loyal consultant and advisor within W.H.K.D, and K.O.A for the past twenty years and recently assisted in revising the operations and policies of the International Kajukenbo Association as the chief administrator. 

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