[image] Material Wears out but Knowledge Stays…. Bruce Lee

[image] Material Wears out but Knowledge Stays…. Bruce Lee
Rate this quote




Author: hariskhansherwani

Categories:   #Motivational Quotes, Everything

Comments

  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    jurkjurenhall

    Reminds of the Yoda quote in Last Jedi. “Pass on what you have learned. Strength, mastery, hmm… but weakness, folly, failure also. Yes: failure, most of all. The greatest teacher, failure is. Luke, we are what they grow beyond. That is the true burden of all masters” Think what you will about the film, but that scene is very memorable and powerful
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    Cant-decide-username

    I'd love to raise a little human but I'm too selfish to have kids
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    Papasmurf645

    Horrible to think that both the people pictured were killed due to tragic accidents, his son Brandon Lee due to an on set accident, and Bruce due to a cerebral edema after a reaction to a prescribed painkiller. They both were so young and had such incredibly promising careers ahead of them. Edit: changed from 'horrible thinking' to 'horrible to think that...'
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    Epsteins_STILL_alive

    I wish I had been taught more lessons and values, but instead I was just told I was “so smart” and would never have to work hard for anything because of how smart I was.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    thehackerinyellow

    He failed to teach his son one important lesson. Never upset the Chinese mob.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    MrMcPsychoReal

    Rest in peace to both of them
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    cyXie

    I got to meet Bruce Lee and he was such an awesome guy and was so nice. Class act guy!
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    woodchucker_743

    Bruce Lees daughter (pictured) Shannon actually does a [TED Talk](https://open.spotify.com/episode/5lBB1Ucvkhx0zWgIfYWLah?si=pcpU2dNDRwS2KrOlxR0_zQ) on what Bruce Lee taught her. It’s nothing short of brilliant.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    ConfidentBullshitter

    How do I teach what I dont know?
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    nonailsnodrag

    I try to do both.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    Rise_Of_War7

    We can do both?
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    moothead2

    Just do both and stop pretending you can only have one or the other and that one's good and ones bad. Almost like there's a balance to raising a child.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    WandJC

    We miss you Bruce
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    NihiloZero

    This just reminds me of why I, along with Bruce Lee's family, and others... didn't appreciate his depiction in Once Upon A time In Hollywood. I understand artistic liberty, but Tarantino didn't need to tear down Bruce Lee to make his movie.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    supersven69

    Brandon, watch out for loaded stunt guns. Very dangerous.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    BadNewCharlie

    Yeah My parents did not teach me shit... on that subject anyone, have tips for learning to ride a bike in your late 30’s?
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    offnr

    Dont listen to this guy Brad Pitt whooped his ass
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    freddy_guy

    False dichotomy. You can do both.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    heliumy2k

    "be careful with props"
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    erniehalter

    Money (and the things it buys) is only a tool. Without the wisdom to use it, it's useless.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    Yukon_Cornelius1911

    I just started raising a little human of my own. I’m going to instill this. Thanks Mr. Lee
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    guyute1179

    Obviously his kid didn’t listen
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    bourgie_quasar_rune

    RIP Brandon
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    LostXonx

    Growing up I was taught to cook and clean from my great grandma, grandma, and mom. Then I learned how to grill, build and fix things from my grandpa. I’m only 20 and still have allot to learn but besides know how to do that stuff I went for music and languages instead.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    Crismus

    I focused on making sure my son didn't have the upbringing I had. Being more supportive than my stepmom, listening and giving constructive feedback/attention, teaching him everything I wish I had known during my school years, and teaching how to think for himself. I want my son to be a better person than I ever was.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    pamplonapride1988

    Like never point a gun, even loaded with blanks, at a person?
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    tolegittoshit2

    the asian mr.rodgers.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    EasyEchoBravo

    I do this, learn things I think my kids should know so I can teach them. What this quote won’t tell you is how hard it is for your rusty old fart brain to learn things and how unfairly easy your kids can do it so you have to start learning a new thing just to teach them more. I’m like ”you little shit I spent two months learning that and you’re already better than me.”
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    LakeErieMonster88

    These two things aren't mutually exclusive...
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    thetanhausergate

    That advice didn't work out so well for Brandon
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    UcanMaydanoz

    Unless you have Alzheimer's.
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    Sustained10k

    *signs up kid for kung fu classes*
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    sten45

    Insert Zoidburg why not both?
  • Posted: December 2, 2019 16:02

    Anonymous