Monday, August 13, 2012
The more you sweat in times of peace, the less you bleed in times of war...
In a world full of chaos and duress, it is estimated that only 10% of animals are true predators. Lions and tigers and such, hunting other animals for survival. Now if we extrapolate this to humans, that means 10% of us are predators, and the rest among us…..are prey. This is a very intriguing concept to think about...
Which leads me to my next memoir, “Excuses are what you give when you got nothing, because you didn’t try everything!”
Through the years, I have been blessed to be mentored by some very notable men and woman, whom I consider to be renowned in their fields. Amongst their many preachings, beatings, and epilogues, one of the many correlations noted, happens to be on the execution of patience and practice. As it is said that, “The more you sweat in times of peace, the less you bleed in times of war!”
From a Hard Core Philosophy perspective, One must take the time to master oneself, before he/she can even have the privilege to lead others. There is an old Eastern Philosophy Mindset that concentrates on the art of penetrating and execution, known as Gancui. This simple art concentrates on the discipline of penetrating neatly and completely.
Furthermore, I will end this Hard Core Philosophy perspective with a more serene conclusion. As the brain always chooses the easiest and quickest path to rationalize on life. One must take note that sometimes the easiest and quickest path is not the felicitous way to go. In the end, all victory depends on the skill of the single warrior, yourself! So take the time to master your crafts, before your crafts, and most importantly enemies, master you!
Ie…check yourself..before your wreck yourself!! , its like a jungle sometimes it makes me wonder why we keep from going under. Hahahahaha