I’m not the least bit surprised at how well Bob’s next video was so well received. All the folks that work with him on the Cheaprvliving project are simply awesome in all their various efforts to promote the nomadic lifestyle.
What IS a surprise is how awesome and responsive the community at large has been to the interview. Out of the thousands of views and hundreds of comments not a single negative remark. This is unprecedented in internet history. You folks are spectacular.
Welcome to my home in the matrix. My passions are on full display. It is with great joy I offer my service to you in whatever capacity I am able.
Such a statement is both a matter of fact and popular hyperbole. Sort of like a floor wax and a desert topping. Also reminds me of the “truth vs reality” conundrum.
As Physics Today dot org states: “Much of the ado about nothing turns out to have been merely verbal, arising from an understandable but faulty assumption that space empty of stuff—that is, the perceptible absence of matter in the familiar sense—is nothing. Contemporary physics tells us that nothing could be further from the truth.”
However. Remove the dualistic thought approach and there is an infinity of middle ground to be explored. Extreme athletes and above average intellectuals set a field that is rarely achieved by the mass majority. The implication of “impossible” is understood and our vernacular suits the ego of the status quo.
But much of what we perceive as “impossible” is more possible than our brains and emotion will permit. So sure – nothing does not exist… and nothing is impossible.
So when we are confronted with what seems to be impossible just remember. It ain’t no thang.Wing Chun!
Here is a fantastic video that demonstrates Wing Chun as the foundation of its martial art. I will find and post other arts (such as krav magra, jiu jitsu, lua and muay thai) that have its origins in our art. We will also look into the Wing Chun strands of dna that run through many physical and intelectual endevours of humanity.