Ryan Holiday

“Miyamoto Musashi won countless fights against feared opponents, even multiple opponents, in which he was swordless. In The Book of Five Rings, he notes the difference between observing and perceiving. The perceiving eye is weak, he wrote; the observing eye is strong. Musashi understood that the observing eye sees simply what is there. The perceiving eye sees more than what is there. The”


Ryan Holiday, The Obstacle is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Adversity to Advantage
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