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Binding: Paperback Dewey Decimal Number: 796.8153 EAN: 9780897500487 ISBN: 0897500482 Label: Black Belt Communications Manufacturer: Black Belt Communications Number Of Items: 1 Number Of Pages: 208 Publication Date: 1975-10-01 Publisher: Black Belt Communications Studio: Black Belt Communications
To watch Bruce Lee on film is an amazing experience. Those who have read Tao of Jeet Kune Do, however, know that Lee's prose can also be exhilarating. This praiseworthy and enduring bestseller (mainly written over six months when Lee was bedridden with back problems) compiles philisophical aphorisms, explanations on technique, and sketches by the master himself.
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Customer Rating: Summary: Great Reference Material Comment: This book gives the thinking and philosphy behind Bruce Lee's fighting method of Jeet Kung Do. I enjoyed it a lot and it would be a good collection for any marital arts books or philosphy in general. Customer Rating: Summary: The original "Mixed" Martial Artist Comment: One can see from this book that an open mind and a desire to learn is essential to learning to "fight", whether physically, or in the war against ego......
Live to learn, and you will prosper.
Close your mind, and love only one "way", and you will probably remain trapped in it forever. Customer Rating: Summary: Experience a life you never had before Comment: It is a must have if you participate in any martial arts! This book not only helps with improving as a martial artist but also brings awareness in understanding oneself better. Customer Rating: Summary: Bruce Lee.... Comment: I love Bruce Lee, but I couldnt get into this book! I cant honestly tell you to read it or not, because I havent! I bought it here at Amazon and gave it away a month later! Watch "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story", thats a classic! Customer Rating: Summary: The essence of an era called Bruce Lee... Comment: I came into this world many years later since Lee had closed his eyes upon it. I can only imagine the loss it must have been to the world to Martial Arts. But, he never left in spirit. An essence of his philosophy and his approach to martial arts still lives through his followers and this book. I learnt Aikido for 5 years, but found it not very handy when it came to tackling an opponent in the street. That's when someone recommended Lee to me. JKD is much faster and more practical (make no mistake, I still worship Aikido from bottom of my heart...JKD is only a natural next step in the route I took for my education in Martial Arts) when it comes to handling a situation in the street. But this book is not a step-by-step guide to beat someone black and blue. It's Lee's philosophy, his approach to martial arts (which is called Jeet Kun Do) - a way of life, from Lee's perspective.
I am only qualified to speak so much, but definitely recommend this book for everyone who wishes to understand Lee's apparoach to Martial Arts and, in turn, benifit from it to develop his or her own perspective.