Keeper of the Night: A Portrait of Life in the Shadow of Death
Less than two years after cancer specialists told Lee Modjeska he had only a few years to live, he earned his black belt in tae kwon do--at age 60. Keeper of the Night is the remarkable story of this distinguished attorney, professor and scholar who learns to live life fully, one day at a time, in the face of terminal illness.
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Prologue Geuk lei means discipline
Shi gong means beginning of the universe
Gyuldan means determination
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