I am back from a neat little trip I got to surprise Jaya (my daughter) for her 9th birthday. I took her to North Carolina to visit family from NC and Florida plus take her on a train ride (a first for both of us). We left on our road trip 10/08 and got back late 10/13.
There were a lot of great lessons the days before and the week of. (I will share more about those with you as well as pictures next week.) 🙂
Let’s just say Jaya thought it was the best birthday… EVER! Which made me feel very grateful that I was blessed to save up for this trip and had the ability to make it happen. It was beyond worth it!
While I was gone, as you probably already know… The site is fixed! And not just fixed, moving much faster than before! Alleluyah!!
This upcoming week we are going to continue renovating and making Enter Shaolin better and better. And in case you are new to the family, well that’s what Sifu Larry and I are always doing. We are on the daily brainstorming on how we can improve Enter Shaolin right now, in the near future and in the long-term future.
We are always looking at not just how we can improve, but learning from life lessons and how to avoid the same in the future aka learning from our mistakes.
We don’t expect the evolution of Enter Shaolin will slow down any time in the near or distant future as we have so many visions for Enter Shaolin. And just when we think we are having the biggest vision ever, it grows even more. As we grow we can see more growth. It’s really a beautiful thing.
Which is exactly how our Kung Fu training is. You unlock one thing and poof what was so hard for months or even years… One day becomes effortlessly like it was always there. Just like that in an instant you got it and with that new breakthrough comes many more realizations on even bigger and greater breakthroughs right now and in the near future.
Each step and breakthrough provides a new vision.
And that’s the beauty of what we do here at Enter Shaolin and in this Kung Fu journey. 😉
Share with me some of the life lessons you have experienced while learning and training in Kung Fu. If you have any ones specifically from being a family member here at Enter Shaolin, please share those as well.
We look forward to hearing from you in the comments section below. 🙂
Now on to your training…
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