Another Muslim Grandmaster that should be mentioned is Wang Zi-Ping. He was born in 1881 and lived until 1973. During his life he has revived the title “Lion of Chinese Kung Fu”. Even though both his father and grandfather were famous martial artists. They refused to teach Zi-Ping. They did not want him to experience the suffer they had to go through. Wang Zi-Ping on the other hand was passionate about it and started to train on his own when he was seven years old.
It’s the question almost everyone wants to argue about and the debate that never seems to end.
The most humblest act one can perform is to put the highest part of your body on the lowest part of the ground, this is how you truly know oneself and can teach you to be at peace by submitting and accepting to our reality. Practice/meditate 5 times a day and be in a state of Wudu throughout your present of being.
Go out there and do something spectacular!
Sometimes lifting our own body may be harder than lifting the weight of our body.
Prophet Muhammad slept early and woke up with the Adhan of Fajr each day. Being an early riser has scientifically been correlated with better productivity, as well as better mental health in general. So, waking up early may be hard but with baby steps, even if it’s just waking up 15 minutes earlier to start with, you can begin improving your quality of life.
Malcolm X shows us how you can conquer anything when you set your mind to it.
Keep striving and working hard to make your dreams come true.