My own lamentation: I will take my own Kungfu to the grave
I am a Kungfu master. I have a recent fall out with my teacher. True to the modern man, he cut out the good parts of his style/lineage/curriculum and decides to teach the bad parts, mean while preaching we should keep the good parts. Despite being the knowledge keeper he decided to pass on the bad parts
That’s when I decided to leave him after learning what I wanted from him. The problem is，I can no longer pass on the good parts, despite I can actually show my capabilities. The training not only requires physical dedication but also the mental capabilities to understand the concepts.
The next generation are in absolutely no condition for me to pass the torch. I can’t hold them to the same standard as I hold myself
Re: My own lamentation: I will take my own Kungfu to the grave
The problem with Kungfu, as you know it often attracts nut cases and idiots. Ironic thing is that the people of attracts are incapable of learning well. Not only it requires athleticism it requires understanding, which modern people are incapable of