In My Opinion
- Autonomous Kenpo
- Before Enlightenment, Chaos
- Being a Martial Artist
- Ego Sum, My Ego
- In the Name of Honor
- In the Name of Honor: Part II
- Never, ever, ever...
- Physiology of Chokes
- Positive Aggression
- The LaBounty "Family"
- The Title of Master
- Thoughts on genuine practice
- Web of Knowledge
- Where Have the Basics Gone?
- Where the Art resides
Never, ever, ever...by Stephen LaBounty (2008-12-14)
Never, ever delegate responsibility for your own safety.
Never, ever override your own experience and commons sense on the say-so of some self-appointed "expert"
Never, ever ignore what your eyes see because it isn't what you imagined. And strive to always know the difference between what your eyes are seeing and what your brain is adding.
Violence is bigger than all of us. There's more out there and more kinds of violence than we'll ever see and certainly more than we'll ever could survive.
Violence is a bigger subject than any person will ever understand completely or deeply.
Theory informs, hard, real practice convinces.