Permanency is Death

The more a thing tends to be permanent, the more it tends to be lifeless.” 
― Alan Wilson Watts

Somewhere along the way, we decided what the ancients did was to be left untouched.

Up until the point before it became a system or style, it was in constant development.

I am curious of the masters of old.

I wish to be able to go back in time to inquire as to what they thought of progress – the kind where things have broken down and need to be fixed.

And for those of us who live in the real world and are unable to unearth The Real Wing Chun, those of us maybe just don’t give a shit – I believe we should just:

Bruce Lee Walk On

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