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So this is why you walk the circle?
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Hearing is believing and seeing it as same...is a self-delusion.

    Martial art history or any exercise philosophy history can be quite humorous without committing faithfully to its lack of facts.

While wandering a secluded mountain
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He observed a Light

In a 'grotto-cave'
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he found a book-trove in a tomb

Scientific Integrity ...Editorial Cartoon
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Jesse Springer of http://www.springercreative.com/

Thought for the day: Let go.
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It is NOT about the Stick

How to write the unknown history of a martial art: Method One

1.    A sage, living long ago in ancient China created a book of symbols and philosophy; creating the foundations of the 'famous' martial art known by his name, the 'old one'

2.   A sage, living on top of a mountain, buried in clouds, saw through the mists and wrote down his ideas on a tomb cave wall [ or a book he buried in a cave wall ]

3.  A sage, of great learning, a librarian, on a visit to the West, possibly India, made a book of his knowledge...so he could give away his autograph, to the lowly gatekeeper.

4.  A sage, walked into a village and laughed at their practice of martial arts; although old, he defeated the village teacher...who begged the old man to teach him; the village teacher named what he learned after the village...or after himself.

How to write the unknown history of a martial art: Method Two

1.  A boy of good manners, but from a poor family, self-educated himself in all the known arts.

2.  A boy from a poor family, who didn't fall asleep, and liked to travel, visited all the known sages.

3.  A boy from a poor Chinese family, who did not want to work for the evil mongol-manchu governrment or to pay any taxes, lived in a remote village near a remote mountain.

4. A boy from a royal family who would become a king, deserted his wife and children; he sat in poverty to understand the experience until he attracted the attention of followers who made him their king.

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