Martial Arts Living Tip: Kung Fu at the Grand Canyon
Hey, guys. Ando here from SenseiAndo.com.
So, the missus and I decided we would drive up and see the Grand Canyon. First time at
the South Rim. Just in case you’re never lucky enough to make a trip like this, I thought
I’d share the view and maybe a thought or two. Science still can’t say for sure whether it
took six, 16, or 60 million years to form the Grand Canyon, but it’s safe to say that
it all started with just a little trickle of water making its way across the land. Sometimes
a trickle, sometimes a torrent, the important thing is it never stopped. And eventually,
it cut deeper and deeper into the rock and it created something amazing. Something epic.
Something grand. That’s why I see more than just rocks out
here… I see Kung Fu. Two words—Kung Fu. Effort and time. That’s
what’s so cool about Kung Fu… they give you the secret to success right from day one!
Work hard for a long time. If you do, well, then maybe one day you’ll be a master. Maybe
one day you can create something amazing. Something epic. Something grand. So, my question to you—what are you working
on? What rock are you cutting into? Don’t make the mistake of letting time go
by without doing some work, my friend. Do something today. Right now. It can be a trickle
or a torrent, but keep going. Keep flowing. Boy. You know, the other thought I have as
I look out into the abyss is— life means nothing. I am nothing. Maybe I should just
jump. Yeah, yeah. Keep going. Keep flowing. Keep
fighting for a happy life.