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The important thing is the journey, not the destination…

You may have heard this a lot in self-help blogs, in quotes, and other places. It is also true and yet it is so easy for us to forget.

Any person looking for quick results in body and mind pursuits should try to reassess their ideas. Quick results seldom happen. You will have highs and lows along the way. The important thing is that you stay on the road. Get over the bumpy parts and keep going.

Most martial arts authorities say you should empty your cup. I agree. It might be difficult but once you do, you will be truly on your way to learning something new. The previous pursuit was a building block but not the end. You can continue your journey.

The best thing is that Wing Tsun kung fu has at its roots, thousands of years of profound understanding. This certainly isn’t apparent at first, anymore than reciting the alphabet reveals the western cultures and language at first-read or in your first year in school!

We hope you will join us!

-Sifu Keith Sonnenberg

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