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Tao of Jeet Kune Do - It's Just A Name Summary & Analysis

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Most of us free ourselves from personal responsibility by seeing ourselves as instruments of others. The weak consider it obedience and the strong think they are chosen by a higher power. We have more faith in imitation than origination. Insecurity results from standing alone and imitation covers that. Fear comes from uncertainty, so a sense of utter unworthiness is a source of courage.

Pride comes from a sense of worth that is not part of one and self-esteem comes from the achievement and potential of oneself. Secretiveness is a source of pride and plays the same role as boasting since they both disguise. Maintenance of self-esteem is a continuous process. Self worth is acquired by realizing our talents, keeping busy, or identifying with something apart from us. The propensity to action belies an inner imbalance since balance is a...

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