Change Myself – Todd Rundgren

 

Half of me wants to knock you out
Half of me wants to tell you that I’m sorry, so sorry
Meanwhile, half of the world wants to scream and
Shout at half of the world
Just like you and I
Just another fact of life
We plan and we scheme
‘Til there’s nothing left of our little dream
But half of the time I can’t decide and
Half of the time I’m petrified
I want to change the world
I want to make it well
How can I change the world
When I can’t change myself
Try again tomorrow
I’d love to change your mind
Capture your citadel
How could I change your mind
If I can’t change myself
Try again tomorrow
Both of us want to win this fight
Both of us think the other is mistaken, so mistaken
Meanwhile, everyone wants to take up sides
So everyone helps us to fall apart

HOW to TELL it WORKS FOR REAL!… When Are Martial Arts FAKE For Self Defense?

How do you know that a Martial Art will WORK in a Real Fight? How do you tell it works for REAL? Is the Martial Art that you train fit for self defense or is it FAKE. Here are some basic concepts that indicate that a martial art may not work for real. Most martial arts fail in street fights or self defense because people train for the wrong fight. This week we look at what self defense means and why martial arts may not always help you focus in the right way. Self Defense or Martial Arts Training: Which is best to learn to defend yourself? Simple question, but there is a big difference between training a martial art and learning to defend yourself. This week we discuss the differences and what you should look for if you wish to learn to defend yourself.

 

Thought for the day. The true meaning of the word Guy

guy (n.2)

“fellow,” 1847, American English; earlier, in British English (1836) “grotesquely or poorly dressed person,” originally (1806) “effigy of Guy Fawkes,” leader of the Gunpowder Plot to blow up British king and Parliament (Nov. 5, 1605). The effigies were paraded through the streets by children on the anniversary of the conspiracy. The male proper name is from French, related to Italian Guido.
https://www.etymonline.com/word/guy#etymonline_v_14400
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