Soon my fists began to swell from hitting his hard head. Right then I realized Wing Chun was not too practical and began to alter my way of fighting.
A good martial artist does not become tense, but ready. Not thinking, yet not dreaming. Ready for whatever may come. When the opponent expands, I contract; and when he contracts, I expand. And when there is an opportunity, I do not hit, it hits all by itself.
The timeless moment. — The moment has no yesterday or tomorrow. It is not the result of thought and therefore has no time.
Reality is apparent when one ceases to compare. There is what is only when there is no comparison at all, and to live with what is, is to be peaceful.
Mary Lynn Rajskub