In my own blog, I plan to express the life and philosophies of Bruce Lee. He lived an life worth remembering in such a short life span. Although Bruce, himself, may be forgotten, his contributions to martial arts and cinema in general have not. He was a man who united all people, from all walks of life, which should be deemed evitable during a time of war and racial discrimination. It did not matter what ethnicity you were from, you were a Bruce Lee fan. He awed the public with his amazing feats, such as his two finger push ups as well as his one-inch punch. His philosophies on every aspect of life provided insight for those who did not notice all of the heavenly glory that surrounds them. His movies are what revolutionized action genre of cinema. Bruce truly expressed himself, not allowing nothing to hold him back from persuing his goal in achieving stardom. Sadly, Bruce passed away at the age of 33 due to an allergic reaction to an aspirin he took. However his legacy still lives on within all of us. I believe that writing a blog is the least I can do for a man who made history.
Description: Symbol of the hybrid martial art that Bruce Lee developed himself, in which he referred to as Jeet Kun Do. "Using no way as way" and "Having no limitation as limitation" The arrows represent the endless interaction between yang and yin.