Bruce Lee – Be like water

Brain Pickings: After spending many hours meditating and practicing, I gave up and went sailing alone in a junk. On the sea I thought of all my past training and got mad at myself and punched the water! Right then — at that moment — a thought suddenly struck me; was not this water the very essence of gung fu? Hadn’t this water just now illustrated to me the principle of gung fu? I struck it but it did not suffer hurt. Again I struck it with all of my might — yet it was not wounded! I then tried to grasp a handful of it but this proved impossible. This water, the softest substance in the world, which could be contained in the smallest jar, only seemed weak. In reality, it could penetrate the hardest substance in the world. That was it! I wanted to be like the nature of water.

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Joseph White, Father of Black Psychology: An Interview

 

Published on May 14, 2012

An interview with Dr. Joe White, founder of The Association of Black Psychologists and retired professor at The University of California, Irvine. Dr. White is interviewed by Ms. LeOndra Clark at the 40th Annual Convention of The Association of Black Psychologists in Oakland, August 2008. Copyright by The Association of Black Psychologists. http://www.abpsi.org

Halford H. Fairchild
Jegna: Joseph White, Ph.D.
Interviewer: Le Ondra Clark
Lights, Camera & Sound: Halford Fairchild
Executive Producer: Dorothy Holmes
Executive Producer: Benson Cook

Project 101010 Pill or Perception – Full Length Documentary

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William James on Attention, Multitasking, & the Habit of Mind That Sets Geniuses Apart – Maria Popova

“My experience is what I agree to attend to.”

“Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity,”Simone Weil wrote. Decades later, cognitive scientist Alexandra Horowitz observed in her marvelous inquiry into our everyday blinders: “Attention is an intentional, unapologetic discriminator. It asks what is relevant right now, and gears us up to notice only that.”

More than a century earlier, in his masterwork The Principles of Psychology, Vol. 1 (public library), pioneering psychologist William James (January 11, 1842–August 26, 1910) examined the interplay of generosity and mercilessness in this greatest of human superpowers, which shapes our basic experience of reality. Continue reading “William James on Attention, Multitasking, & the Habit of Mind That Sets Geniuses Apart – Maria Popova”

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