This colorful book contains a compilation of the thoughts of some of the most illustrious martial artists in the world. Based upon their personal experiences, they have each given their responses to the question â€œWhat is the greatest lesson youâ€™ve learnt from the martial arts?â€
This book provides an enormous cross-section of answers to this same question which proves the versatility of the martial arts. By answering this single question, martial arts masters and amateur students alike share their most profound lesson with others and encourage the practice of martial arts worldwide. This book also provides the unique views of these masters on this much practiced art of self defense.
Contributors include Diana Lee Inosanto, Dr Yang Jwing-Ming, GM Wong Kiew Kit, Kancho Deena Naidu, Guro Peter Freeman and many more.
The term â€œmartial artâ€ has been defined and redefined for thousands of years and continues to have its own unique definition to every practitioner who has used this art for either self defense, or for the greater purpose of defending others.
The definition of martial arts is somewhat exclusive to each master, who have their own basis of defining this art. This is then passed on to their students and is in turn refined or changed by them based upon their unique situation and experiences in life.
The definition of martial arts is ever-changing and similar to the oceans of the world, it continues to evolve and transform the lives of those involved.
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