The Power of Intensity

My husband is the Bruce Lee of romance. No kidding. He can bust a romantic move faster than Bruce Lee could do a two-finger push-up or punch you in the face.

Not familiar with Bruce Lee, you say? (Shriek!)  He was only the greatest martial artist ever.  Bruce Lee was so fast that, at the time, cameras could not capture his speed as illustrated here:

His punch was so powerful that he could knock a grown man flat from two inches away:

Bruce Lee was also a nutritionist, a philosopher, and a body-builder before any of these things were popular. He used his brain, body, and spirit to accomplish incredible feats. He pushed the limits, and then pushed some more.  Bruce Lee changed the world with his intensity and dedication, and made all of our lives richer for having done so.

My husband changed my world, and continues to do so every day. How? By using affection and romance with a  Bruce Lee intensity. He practices it everyday by  sending  me messages of affection, demonstrations of love, and creates romantic moments just for me. He can turn my worst moment around by offering up affection and a kind word at just the right moment.

We’re  not born knowing how to do these things. It takes practice and patience. Lucky for me, my husband practices romance like Bruce Lee practiced Jeet Kune Do which, by the way, Mr. Lee  invented.

Can you imagine how much the world would change if we all practiced our faith with Bruce Lee’s intensity?

Here’s to pushing our limits today, taking chances, and changing the world with God’s help and a faith that can’t be stopped.

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About Angie Kinsey

Daughter, Sister, Wife, Mother, Auntie and Student of Life.

Posted on August 15, 2011, in Encouragement, Inspirational, Motivational and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I used to train people to stock the assembly line in a T.V. plant.I used to tell them to not let the line run them but they should be ahead of the game and run the line or at least rule they’re part of it.They would act like I was crazy but I was the driver that was in the most demand for any job there.Intensity and focus very inportant in anything from work to religion.Good Writing and I am glad your hubby has intensity and focus in your marriage.: )

  2. You’re absolutely right, Nick. He works at it…that’s the important thing. I like to think I do too.

  3. It takes two.Those vows are sacred and when they are carried to the letter with intensity that’s all the better.

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