I never put much though into it before until last night when I decided to teach some students a few drills that I learned when I was first studied "Kali" here in the United States. After one of my students began performing the drills he said, "seriously?" After explaining and examining the differences in concepts and principles from what I learned in the beginning and what I teach as my base FMA system, I came to the same conclusion. There were so many fallacies I discovered in what I'd been practicing in my first few years of training in FMA that the training session quickly turned into what not to do and why we shouldn't do it.
For the aforementioned reason I'm very happy that I kept a non-subjective attitude towards the martial arts and I continue to educate myself by exploring various martial art methods from a variety of sources.