Through the project, we will try to teach young people that they need to think with their heads without others thinking for them and thus guide them. They need to know, understand and be aware of the rule that caring for others is very important! We will include young people between the ages of 14 and 19. We decided for them because this is the period when young people start to form their own opinion and also express it publicly, which will provide us with better quality feedback.
The final goal of Judo discipline is to perfect yourself
and contribute something of value to the world.
Jigoro Kano studied both styles of classical Jujutsu, eventually mastering its deepest teaching and supplemented the training with an avid interest in other combative forms as well. He established a new principle of »maximum efficient use of physical and mental energy« while integrating what he considered the positive points of combat techniques with his ideas and inspirations (Kodokan Judo Institute). Judo is based on two main principles Seiryoku Zenyo and Jita Kyoei.
JITA KYOEI - with mutual assistance to joint progress
»As long as we coexist, each member of society and the groups organised within must function in harmony and cooperation with the others. Nothing is more important than living prosperously together. If everyone acts with the spirit of mutual cooperation, each person's work benefits not only himself, but also others, and attaining this together will bring mutual happiness. Activities should not engage in simply for self-interest. Once started, it is only a matter of course that a person will find goodness in harmony and cooperation upon realising that his efforts will increase the prosperity of all. This great principle of harmony and cooperation is, in other words, the concept of Jita-Kyoei, or mutual prosperity for self and others.« (Kodokan Judo Institute).
This principle teaches us that we can achieve everything while helping each other.