1. Know there is a solution but remember it may not be in the direction you cast your nets.
  2. Find joy in the little steps and letting the work make up the form of the whole.
  3. Be consistent in paying attention to detail.
  4. Let your point of view evolve with your work. Every part of the track tells a different but connected story.
  5. Close your eyes from time to time and give way to your intuition beyond the hold of logical progress.
  6. Make everyone your teacher but carve your own path.
  7. Keep your eyes forward on the direction you are heading but not down on the road itself. The practice is but a means to an end.
  8. Ask yourself simple questions about your way and let the answers rise within you. Why did you make the choices you have? What is your view of the world and how does it limit you? Who do you follow without knowing?
  9. Look at the skies and know your own size in comparison. Do not let your size determine what you become.
  10. Look at the now through all your faculties. Your heart, your mind and your senses. Otherwise, you are partially blind.

And don’t hold your laugh when you can. Life is what you make of it.

The ten commandments of continuous learning

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Sharon Friedman

Student and teacher of movement and Martial art. Husband and Father. I can rebuild you, I have the technology :)