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am 9. März 2000
This book could easily have been retitlted "Bruce Lee Speaks To Everyone" for there is something of great worth for anyone who takes the time to pick up this book. My sister, who doesn't care a whit for fighting, picked up this book and has now purchased her own copy to carry with her to school. Bruce Lee's philosophy, which is more like deep yet practical insights into life is magnificent. Topics covered range from relationships, racism, love, parenting, dealing with adversity, money, business and motivation, to the more profound topics such as life, death and spirituality. This is by far the greatest Bruce Lee book I've ever read and something I will refer to again and again.
am 15. Juli 2015
If you're looking for a book about martial arts then look somewhere else - this is a collection of short, philosophical statements that take up on basically all aspects of life. As I am doing martial arts myself, I was looking for something to make me understand the psychological aspects of being a fighter and a down-to-earth explanation of the basics of philosophies of the Far East and how I am influenced by them in my daily life. This is exactly what I was looking for.
Though sometimes it feels like a schoolbook, the vocabulary is at times difficult and you have to really think about each sentence, you can't help but smile when Bruce Lee's spirit shines through the pages and you find yourself reading the chapters in his voice. I'm reading it for the second time already.
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am 16. März 2000
This is a great book to introduce people to the mind of Bruce Lee. It has his thoughts on almost any subject, and is a great reference for Bruce Lee fans.
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am 9. April 2005
I always admired and still admire Bruce Lee as a martial artist however this book is a clear prove that if he was everything he definitely wasn't a philosopher. He is prone to oversimplification and his thoughts are definitely neither striking nor cut through. Philosophy went beyond his capabilities.