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Bruce Lee and Marijuana: The Last Days of the Dragon

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  "We have more faith in what we imitate than in what we create." - Bruce Lee
I miss you Bruce! - the knocks I suffered smacking myself with my chucks I am proud to bear in your honor, and I will take them out of mothballs later today and swing them around, and think of YOU!
You were truly "extra-ordinary", and the world was a better place when you were here with us.  Your goodness then was an example to those who rule and guide this world now, and it is reflected in the struggles of those who fight for what is right.  Your impact will be forever felt, and we thank you greatly for it.
Ed Vallejo
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Comment by Dennis Treybil
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 While watching the Bruce Lee biographical move "The Dragon", I heard him make a statement from his Tao of Jeet Kune Do.  Interested by this statement, I got the book on Kindle.  I had it within 10 minutes of when the movie ended.

As I read this book, I realized, that at some point, before, during, or after he mastered his fighting skills, Bruce Lee had mastered himself.

I think the idea of self-mastery is overlooked in the excitement of the mastery of martial arts skills.

But if self-ownership is a Libertarian keystone, should not self-mastery be a topic of interest?


DC Treybil