„may you be happy, may you be well
may you be peaceful and at ease
may you be filled with loving kindness
And compassion for all beingslk“

Posledná aktualizácia 3. jún 2021. História
Morihei Uešiba fotka
Morihei Uešiba2
1883 - 1969

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