I've been lied to my mom says it takes a lifetime to get the final belt
It isn't aggressive at all. It's just this thing that some Europeans do...basically, older folks provide and care for the younger folks who take up the torch when they themselves get older. Parents do this to their kids, too, to teach them the meaning of earn your keep and such. I understand the meaning behind it, but at the same time I don't like being given things without returning the favor. It makes me feel like an opportunist, like a cheapskate. I can earn my own money, and I can repay kindness too. But it's whatever. I'm over it already.Well that sounds pretty aggressive it seems.
I am no freerunner, but let me say, DO IT, JUST DO IT. Whether you are doing parkour or you're doing freerunning (there's a difference ;p), it's a skill that fully cultivates you as a human being. It is a grueling process of mistakes kinda like skateboarding, but damn is it fun and it is a good gateway to freeing your mind.I kind of want to learn to Parkour/Freerun