Bruce Lee’s Profound Philosophy of Life

 7 Mind-Shifting Insights That Will Awaken Your Inner Warrior

When you hear the name Bruce Lee, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind?

I know, a diehard martial arts freak who’d not hesitate to take the life of anyone who made the mistake of messing with him or his family.

Well, although this might be partially true (at least, in the film roles he played), there’s more to Bruce Lee than that: Other than the martial arts badass that he was (and he’s mostly known for), he was also a philosophy badass.

From a very young age, Bruce Lee was obsessed with learning how to make the most out of his life. This is reflected by the countless of hours he spent reading books; by the age of 30, he possessed thousands of titles in his library, most of which on self-help, philosophy, and martial arts. But Bruce wasn’t just a man of theory; rather, he was a man of action. Hence, any important lesson he could grasp on an intellectual level, he’d apply it in his everyday life, with martial arts being his main vehicle for doing so.

Bruce Lee didn’t see martial arts merely as a competitive sport, but in essence as a means of self-discovery and self-expression. By fighting, he was able to better understand who he was — he could force himself out of his comfort zone, test his limits, and confront his fears. Fighting was his way of making friends with his inner demons, expanding his sense of self, and expressing the core of his being.

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