BLOG: the tao of engagement
Picture yourself in ancient China, perched on the edge of a far flung range of misty mountains.
It’s 5am and in the early morning chill, as the mist begins to rise, you move in harmony with a hundred other highly trained warrior monks. You are silently and swiftly practicing your Kung Fu ‘patterns’.
Those slow yet deadly movements that when performed at speed, make you a master of effective combat. You and your fellow warriors have made a lifetime commitment to your temple and the dojo.
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