Forgiving another may be the ultimate act of self-love. Through forgiveness you can quit suffering from the sins committed against you. By holding-on to resentment you allow them to have power over you. Forgiving takes your power back. — Bryant McGill
Happiness takes practice. It starts with deciding that such a thing even exists, or can exist for you. Then you have to decide that you should have some. Then you have to start looking for it. Chances are that you have opportunities for happiness right under your nose that you haven’t even noticed. — Bryant McGill
The evolution of a kick: Tony Jaa practicing one one of his more complicated kicks on the set of “Ong Bak”. According to Jaa, some of the moves in his films take an obscene amount of takes to perfect because, not only does the kick have to look good but the landing and the stunt man’s reaction also has to look perfect.
Still doesn’t beat Jackie Chan though. Jackie once famously yelled, “We stay here until we get it!” during the Jianzi game in “Dragon Lord”. The final sequence took around 2,900 takes to nail.