"A teacher is never a giver of truth--he is a guide, a pointer to the truth that each student must find for himself. A good teacher is merely a catalyst."--Bruce Lee
Within the pages of Striking Thoughts, you will find the secrets of Bruce Lee's incredible success-- as an actor, martial artist, and inspiration to the world. Consisting of eight sections, Striking Thoughts covers 72 topics and 825 aphorisms--from spirituality to personal liberation and from family life to filmmaking--all of which Bruce lived by.
His ideas helped energize his life and career and made it possible for him to live a happy and assured life, overcoming challenging obstacles with seeming ease. His ideas also inspired his family, friends, students, and colleagues to achieve success in their own lives and this personal collection will help you in your journey too.
Sections include:On First Principles--including life, existence, time, and deathOn Being Human--including the mind, happiness, fear, and dreamsOn Matters of Existence--health, love, marriage, raising children, ethics, racism, and adversityOn Achievement--work, goals, faith, success, money, and fameOn Art and Artists--art, filmmaking, and actingOn Personal Liberation--conditioning, Zen Buddhism, meditation, and freedomOn the Process of Becoming--self-actualization, self-help, self-expression, and growthOn Ultimate (Final) Principles--Yin-yang, totality, Tao, and the truth This Bruce Lee Book is part of the Bruce Lee Library which also features:Bruce Lee: The Celebrated Life of the Golden DragonBruce Lee: The Tao of Gung FuBruce Lee: Artist of LifeBruce Lee: Letters of the DragonBruce Lee: The Art of Expressing the Human BodyBruce Lee: Jeet Kune Do
Bruce lee striking thpughts
Its a fantastic book great quotes with alot of life lessons to be revealed for public awareness
Possibly great book, but terrible sample
Downloaded the sample of this book after seeing it recommended on Reddit, but found that the sample contained little more than the table of contents, various celebrity endorsements, and a couple pages of introductory fluff.
Without a chapter or two of "actual meat", I can't see purchasing this book, or recommending others to do the same.