“To change with change is the changeless state.”
Change often brings fear, and many times we resist.
But if you can flow and be adaptable, you can move through all of the things that life throws at you, with much ease you will remain in a place where you wont freak out and you will remain in a changeless state.
“To understand your fear in change is the beginning of really seeing.”
Life is constantly moving and changing and you have to follow that movement like the shadow following the body.
Being tense and fearful of change brings despair and destruction of your joy.
Being present in the moment for what the moment brings is more important than worrying about something that hasn’t happened.
“Wisdom does not lie in trying to wrest the good from the evil but rather lies in learning to ride them as a cork adapts itself to the crest of a wave.
Resisting change is resisting life. “The meaning of life is to be lived.”
(Awesome Asians and Hapas)
This week’s shoutout goes to Judy Joo, a chef, writer and TV personality. Judy left a prominent banking job to follow her passion for cooking. She began in a test kitchen and worked her way up to become an iron chef in the UK and opened her own restaurant Jinjuu, in London and Honk Kong.
Judy is on the Food Network with “Korean Food Made Simple” and also published a book by the same name.
(Bruce Lee’s philosophy in action IRL)
This week’s #BruceLeeMomment come from Isaiah Thomas professional NBA player for the Celtics.
Thomas says: “I’ve been studying four great professional including Bruce Lee. I carry a quote from Bruce Lee with me, “be water my friend.” I think it is the best quote that he has, because it can adapt to anything. Bruce’s mentality was just so different from everybody else’s in life. You read his quotes and make so much sense when it comes to just trying to lock in what is at task. I think a lot of his game and mentality is how you carry yourself and how you think of yourself.”