And even if we were to understand,
The simplest notions,
It would be for a fraction of a second…
Then, with the wisdom of the fish,
we continue to rush around ourselves,
As happy balanced electrons,
Aimlessly searching for novelty, in a decaying pass
An, without doubt, lost cause of universal challenge
You say brain over matter
I say matter over matter, brain or no brain…
So what if there were to be a brain here, what if an
Infinity of changes took place or will?
For this show,
we live shorter than the shortest flick of desire,
emanated by the most uninsignificantly fundamental
Only thing that lives on is the insignificance of it…
“So it was written, So it will be told”
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Moriji Mochida, the ultimate master (10 Dan) in Kempo and active to the last breath. After the age of 50 he learned how to still his mind to predict the action of his opponent, in spite of the effects of aging resulting in the progressive physical weakening of the body. In that he succeeded. While freeing your mind of noise can make one more understanding of the intentions of others (the mirror inside your mind reflects the mind of the opponent).
Keep in good physical shape so as you grow older your mind can still be young and resourceful so you can carry out as much as possible with less body power. Don’t allow your mind to grow old.