WOW, what a ride! My life is going to be quite different once this course ends in a few weeks, but I’m going to compare it to riding a bike; leaving this course will be kind of like ‘taking the training wheels off’ after learning to ride “all by myself.” Things may be a bit scarier for a while, without the great support system and team I’ve grown used to having around, but I’ve definitely learned the basics of riding and know my own Master Key Experience will be with me the rest of my life.
My wife and I watched “Marshall” last night, and – if you haven’t already seen it – I highly recommend doing so. The movie is about Thurgood Marshall, or course, and I loved how evident “The Hero’s Journey” was in that show… Not necessarily for Thurgood, who was a hero in his own right, but especially for Sam Friedman in particular.
Sam Friedman was the attorney who was basically dragged kicking and screaming (a typical scenario of the hero’s journey, in both ‘real like’ and fiction) into a trial he wanted no part of. I could take the time to give a brief synopsis of the movie, but I wouldn’t want to spoil your enjoyment of seeing it for the first time.
Blessings, one and all!