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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2012

    This book is intresting in a way that it has a lot to do with ph

    This book is intresting in a way that it has a lot to do with philosophy and not jus what he did as an actor or martial artist. it teaches a lot about to how to combine movements of your body and mind to make one. Most of the book repeated it self specially when talking about gung fu and mind and body relaxation. other than the fact this book could if been a little more shorter and and maybe more intresting with out the repeatition.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2005

    Read it!

    I bought this book 'cause I wanted to know something more about martial art Wing Tsun (I do it), but instead of it, this book give something more. Way of life!!! Book describes Bruce Lee from other side - not only like actor, master of martial art of Jeet Kune Do. But like philosopher, writer, choreographer, ... This book touched my opinions on life, on people and showed me how to live. This book is perfect. I really recommend this book for everybody.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2003

    Repetitious

    I found that this book was very interesting and enlightening. I learned much about Bruce Lee, as far as his feelings and philosophy goes. The bad thing about this book is that it is very, very... very repetitious. There are sections in the book that probably are repeated at about ten times. I ended up skipping through a lot of the book because just from the first sentence I knew the next few paragraphs (sometimes the whole page) was just a repeat from before. Overall I am glad that I read this book. Like I said before, it is very enlightening, but I think that, had the book not had all of those repeated sections it would only be close to half as long.

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