There are many thousands of people who with visible confidence state what and who Bruce Lee was; and they have the effect of creating utter confusion and, quite honestly, raise him to a level which he himself never publicly maintained. It has been my opinion that the only person to know the truth about who and what he was, is his life-partner. His wife. It was on this basis that I purchased the book and read it. And re-read it. This is what I have gleaned from the book: Bruce Lee was a man of exceptional talent and skill granted to him by God. (The same with every human.) He worked extremely hard throughout his short life. He worked his mind as hard, if not harder than his body. His mind was forever questing, never still and he attacked all his hurdles with a vigour unseen since. He was always positive minded and he accepted no limitations which is why he achieved so much in so little time. Through reading this book and others by J. Little I have learned to change my attitude to life and myself. This is because there are certain aspects about Bruce Lee which I find are in tune with Islamic (True Islam, not what you see around you today.)teachings; like when he answers a question about death and says that he believes the soul of man is a prisoner in the body and only when he dies does it truly wake up; that death is really the awakening. This is basicly what the Quran teaches. Had Bruce Lee lived he would have gone from achievement to achievement to achievement, improving the quality of his work all the time. But, being a muslim, I accept what God says about the day a person dies being pre-ordained while that person is still in his mothers womb. Linda Lee Cadwell must truly be a person of sabr. (patience.) I hope the best for her. This book is an education. An eye opener.