Martial Arts is one of the first disciplines that taught me that a beginner can become a master.
If you watch movies that involve martial arts.
The main character is usually a weakling.
He loses or runs away from the bad guy.
Meets a master.
And gets stronger.
Fights the bad guy.
I learned martial arts in high school.
I was a loser.
And I was bullied.
I fought back but like an animal.
I used metal desks to defend myself against bullies.
After being beat up, a guy from my school brought me to his martial art teacher.
And I entered the world of martial arts.
In Martial Arts, we are taught this lesson.
Martial Arts is a system that allows a person who is weak at fighting to compete with other people who are strong at fighting by learning techniques through the daily practice of imitation and repetition.
Let’s break that down.
Martial arts is a system of techniques.
In other words it’s a collection of techniques.
Martial arts techniques allow people who are weak to compete with the strong.
Martial arts techniques use training and strategy passed on by someone who is strong at fighting to someone who is weak.
So the weak will get stronger.
Repeating a movement or a step, allows you to experience mastery.
This works for almost any skill.
So after I learned martial arts, I felt more confident, that no matter the challenge, I’ll be able to get stronger or smarter and will be able to win life’s battles.
Thank you for reading this far and thank you for your attention. God bless.
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