Christopher Kang

Loma Linda, CA, United States

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Christopher Kang
Posted almost 3 years ago
How can we work at eliminating racism? and all forms of discrimination?
The world has become less racist than lets say 50 yrs ago. Everyone has been affected by racism but one major thing we can do to avoid racism is to stop discrimination toward others. I don't think we can completely eliminate racism, like violence and war, but decreasing discrimination would also decrease violence and war in the world. In the heavens and in the sky we are all one family... and to discriminate your own brothers and sister is to discriminate against yourself.
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Christopher Kang
Posted almost 3 years ago
Is the vulnerabilty thing to overcome or thing to accept?
I believe that a vulnerability is a weakness. Although most people are not worried about it, we should strive to deal with our vulnerabilities and also to accept them. The first thing to do is to accept or to acknowledge that a certain thing in your life is causing you to be vulnerable. Then we should sharpen these skills to become as Well-Rounded as possible. A good teacher can never be fixed in a routine... each moment requires a sensitive mind that is constantly changing and constantly adapting. A teacher must never impose this student to fit his favourite pattern; a good teacher functions as a pointer, exposing his student's Vulnerability (and) causing him to explore both internally and finally integrating himself with his being. Martial art should not be passed out indiscriminately. -Bruce Lee
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Christopher Kang
Posted almost 3 years ago
If you could learn 1 thing from a child what would it be ?
Imagination Children have an incredible insight to imagination. While most, if not all adults, lose their imaginative wonder and thirst we should all be more in tune with our imagination. “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” Albert Einstein