My days at the kungfu school are coming to an end with two days left for training. It’s very exciting and sad at the same time like all the amazing journeys.
Exciting coz I got to learn so much from amazing masters and sad because one month is too short to learn an ancient martial art like kungfu which has 1000s of years of history and boasts of masters and monks practising the art for years to get perfect at one thing.
This is not for social media attention or to be able to teach one day to someone, it is for me and my growth and everyone should be able to choose something that’s for them and not to prove to others.
I know I got much more than what I expected when I came and defly comin back here to practice and learn a lot more. #tuesdaythoughts#morningmotivation
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