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terça-feira, 29 de outubro de 2019
CINEMA WITH THE KUNG FU FAMILY AND MARIA CLARA'S BIRTHDAY.
Alguns dos membros da minha Família Kung Fu me convidaram para acompanhá-los até o cinema no bairro do Cachambi para juntos, assistirmos "CORINGA".
Some people know how much I like movies. It really is a hobby I didn't give up on, even in my most difficult financial times. laughs. Watching a production in the movie theater while eating popcorn and drinking a very ice Coke is something I love. Having said that, what could be better than living it all with people you like?
Some of my Kung Fu Family members invited me to accompany them to the cinema in the Cachambi neighborhood to watch "Joker" together.
Before that, two of the To Dai present had lunch with me at a restaurant in the same mall. During lunch we had a very interesting conversation about the difference between "rite" and "Humanity" in the Confucius doctrine, which permeates all Chinese Classical Thought. We also talk about how this awareness of what function we are performing at any given moment has to do with the different types of intra and interpersonal mobilization in the transmission of a System of Variation like Ving Tsun
Durante todos estes momentos, como meu Si Fu diz, é importante que não confunda as relações e que não se perca de vista a "Verticalidade" da relação "Si Fu-To Dai" pelo excesso de proximidade ou falta de atenção simplesmente.
A day earlier, of this very special weekend, I was invited by my To Dai José Carlos to attend his daughter's 1 year old birthday party. My disciple Matheus Alves accompanied me, and we were very well received by Jose and his wife. Also, it was an opportunity to spend a whole day with Matheus in different scenarios since breakfast.
During all these moments, as my Si Fu says, it is important not to confuse relationships and not to lose sight of the "Verticality" of the "Si Fu-To Dai" relationship by simply too much time together or too lack of attention.
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