are times that we are just in a frenzy - a situation has sent us over the edge
and we're ready to battle. You've got the ideas formulated in your head,
you've anticipated the responses and your counters and you're ready to go.
course it's important to stand up for yourself. But sometimes, you have
more power in letting things go.
illustrate this, there is a story about Chuck Norris, an amazing martial
artist, who did more by letting go. In Martial Arts, you learn to use
your skills as a last resort and try to find a nonviolent way to handle a
situation. Chuck Norris was in a bar once when a customer walked in and
said to him, "You're in my seat. Move." He moved.
the customer sat down, he recognized Norris and said "Chuck, you could
have handed me my head, why didn't you just attack me?" Norris said,
"What would that have accomplished?"
is said that Chuck Norris made another friend that day. In all reality,
Norris probably could have torn him apart. Just because he has the
skill to do that doesn't mean he needs to use it.
battle when you absolutely have to. However, before you put on your
shield and take up your sword, take a look at whether or not letting it be will
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