The Legendary Martial Artist

“Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.”
— Bruce Lee

This man defeated Chuck Norris in The Way of The Dragon before going on to create the cult-classic Enter The Dragon. But he was not all two finger push-ups and one-inch punches. He was also a poet and philosopher and thought deeply about issues and tried to improve things in his own unique way.

Lee was one of the first people of Asian descent to break the racial barrier that existed in in Hollywood, and in America. Furthermore, he married outside his race which was very rare back then considering the anti-miscegenation laws and the racial bigotry that plagued his era.

Bruce Lee died in 1973. He was only 32 years old when he passed away. His legacy endures as strongly today as it did back then which goes to show how strong his impact has been on everyone who has come in contact with him and his work. Bruce Lee was a true global legend.