Bruce Lee The Philosopher: When life gives you obstacles, you must summon the courage and walk on!

Often getting into fights as a child, he used Kung Fu to teach

himself discipline. He was taught by Yip Men, a master ,Bruce Lee after many practise created his own style known as Jeet Kune Do.
As an exceptional martial artist, Lee’s ability to synthesize various national martial techniques sparked a new trend in unarmed combat martial arts films. His talent shifted the focus from martial arts director to martial arts actor.
Bruce Lee died in 1973, the year Bruce Lee died his famous motion picture Enter the Dragon was released.

Bruce Lee Quotes

Bruce Lee
“Knowing is not enough, you must apply; willing is not enough, you must do.”

“I am not teaching you anything. I just help you to exlplore yourself”

“Obey the principles without being bound by them.”

“If you think a thing is impossible, you’ll make it impossible.”

“Don’t think, Feel, it is like a finger pointing out to the moon, don’t concentrate on the finger or you will miss all that heavenly glory.”

Guys this is exciting! which do you want to see the classic or the new?

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16 thoughts on “Bruce Lee The Philosopher: When life gives you obstacles, you must summon the courage and walk on!

  1. Chinese Kongfu movies were the first movie that I watched as a child in Jamaica, when I went to the cinema at my school by myself lol,then as the years progresses Bruce Lee was an house hold name.

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  2. We are from a mixed-race family half Chinese and black and I remember watching my young uncle howling and jumping out of bushes in Jamaica pretending to be Bruce lee, we use to have a laugh watching him with the nunchaku come to think of it he was very good with the nun chuckle.

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  3. I never even knew that this 2016 movie was out,never read anything about it until you post the trailer on here,this is going in my must watch list, as I am a big fan of bruce lee.

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  4. Must admit am not a movie fanatic but as I grew up in the Bruce lee era,back in those days with his pictures plastered all over my neighborhood walls, advertising his movies at the local cinemas, and all my friends and family were into it,as kongfu was new to us this is a must see.

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  5. My childhood was filled with memories of watching karate kunfu films, I miss those innocent days while growing up,how time goes by quickly.

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