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Striking Thoughts: Bruce Lee's Wisdom for Daily Living

Bruce Lee's Wisdom for Daily Living

By: Bruce Lee, John Little (Editor)

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Published: July 2002
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"Striking Thoughts: Bruce Lee's Wisdom for Daily Living" is an unparalleled volume of Lee's own writings on the wisdom that he used to shape his extraordinary life. Editor John Little, in the tradition of Tuttle's other Bruce Lee Library titles, uses his unprecedented access to Lee's writings to cull the words of the legendary martial artist, actor, and philosopher into this soulful, personal collection."Striking Thoughts "is a diverse record of the thoughts and observations that Bruce Lee put on paper in his lifelong quest for self knowledge. A voracious reader, Lee's personal thoughts on life are a unique blend of traditional eastern traditions and modern western ideals. John Little distills the essence of Lee's writings on all aspects of life, including Existence, Achievement, Art, and Personal Liberation. Consider some of Lee's elegant thoughts.

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Best Book i have read

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Pros

  • Deserves Multiple Readings
  • Easy To Understand
  • Incite-fully Divine
  • Informative
  • Inspirational
  • Relevant
  • Well Written

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    Comments about Striking Thoughts: Bruce Lee's Wisdom for Daily Living:

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    His Legacy in his from mind

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    "We'd work out for an hour, then we'd talk for an hour about a lot of things. He didn't separate life from the extension in his arm. And he is the only one I know of that carried it to the point of real art."--James Coburn

    Recollections on the Thought of Bruce Leep. xiii
    Prefacep. xv
    Introductionp. xix
    On First Principles
    Lifep. 2
    Existencep. 7
    Timep. 9
    The Rootp. 11
    The Nowp. 12
    Realityp. 15
    The Lawsp. 19
    Interdependencyp. 21
    The Voidp. 23
    On Deathp. 25
    On Being Human
    The Human Beingp. 28
    Actionp. 31
    Wu-wei (natural action)p. 32
    The Mindp. 35
    Thinkingp. 40
    Concepts (Abstracting)p. 43
    Knowledgep. 46
    Ideasp. 47
    Perceptionp. 50
    The Ego (Self-consciousness)p. 53
    Concentrationp. 57
    On Reasonp. 58
    Emotionp. 64
    Happinessp. 65
    Fearp. 66
    Willp. 68
    Good Willp. 71
    Dreamsp. 73
    Spiritualityp. 74
    On Matters of Existence
    Healthp. 82
    Courtshipp. 83
    Lovep. 84
    Marriagep. 85
    On Raising Childrenp. 87
    Educationp. 88
    Teachingp. 89
    Ethicsp. 93
    Racismp. 97
    Adversityp. 98
    Confrontationp. 103
    Adaptabilityp. 105
    Philosophyp. 108
    On Achievement
    On Workp. 114
    Qualityp. 116
    Motivationp. 118
    Goalsp. 121
    Faithp. 123
    Successp. 125
    Moneyp. 127
    Famep. 128
    Flatteryp. 130
    On Art and Artists
    Artp. 134
    Film makingp. 141
    Actingp. 142
    On Personal Liberation
    Conditioningp. 148
    Systemsp. 150
    Detachmentp. 155
    No-mindedness (Wu-hsin)p. 157
    Zen Buddhismp. 160
    Meditationp. 164
    On Being Centeredp. 167
    Freedomp. 167
    The Process of Becoming
    Self-actualizationp. 172
    Self-helpp. 178
    Self-knowledgep. 181
    Self-expressionp. 185
    On Growthp. 186
    Simplicityp. 189
    On Ultimate (Final) Principles
    Yin-yangp. 192
    Totalityp. 198
    Taop. 200
    Truthp. 202
    Indexp. 211
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    ISBN: 9780804834711
    ISBN-10: 0804834717
    Series: The Bruce Lee library
    Audience: General
    Format: Paperback
    Language: English
    Number Of Pages: 192
    Published: July 2002
    Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
    Dimensions (cm): 18.8 x 12.4  x 1.8
    Weight (kg): 0.29