There is No Doubt that Einstein Did Study Kung Fu
That he did study Kung Fu is obvious, ’cause he was smart. Right? This is something that the smartest people in the world know.
You see, while people drawn in the doldrums, feel sorry for themselves, or otherwise carry on about the end of the world and doom and gloom and share the despair and all that, a martial artist goes out and gets the job done.
He knows how to get along with people, because he doesn’t want to fight; he has overcome the desire to beat people up.
He is smart because he has applied himself to the assessment of body motion.
He is artistic because, well, because he studies a martial art.
Now, having said all that, let me give you Einstein’s quote that is my favorite, and in my top ten quotes of all time.
‘Vision without execution is merely hallucination.’
Do you see the brilliance? This is a man who recognizes the value of hard work, and how it cures us of doldrums, sadness, and even tragedy.
Got the blues? Get to work. So sayeth Einstein. And since that is what Martial Artists do, they are all on equal footing with the big brain himself.
A good way to start is to study kung fu. Or, study karate. Or aikido or kenpo or taekwondo or…or whatever martial art happens to grab your fancy.
Go get yourself a book at the library, a magazine at the newstand. Heck, go type in a few words on youtube and start the educatin’ process. And if you’re really brave, ready to go whole hog, ready to plumb your depths and pull out the hero, hie on over to Monster Martial Arts. Study Kung Fu, or karate or krav maga or jujistsu or whatever, online.
Well, that should cure the world. If everybody knew the martial arts there would be no war, politicians would be honest, and dogs would love cats. So go for it. Study Kung Fu.