I Am In Hell, Help Me

Life involves setbacks, fear, addictions, episodes of depression, hardships and self-doubt. It is my firm belief that we can acquire coping mechanisms by enduring the challenges we face in Gung Fu training.  To be human means to suffer and adversity forces us to develop inner strength.

Without struggle, without suffering of some kind, our life journey is rendered meaningless. Consequently, without the ability to endure hardship we create an internal environment of helplessness, perceiving the World as nothing other than a cold, harsh place. If you find yourself in Hell, perhaps you will use your Gung Fu skill to get out.

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