“Truly wonderful the mind of a child is.”
I’m afraid that we often forget how important it is that we play–how important it is that we escape from the daily rush and harsh moments are routine days. We forget that the world ran well enough long before our coffee addiction began. We forget that we are allowed to really act out on all our childhood fantasies.
And most of all: We forget to have fun.
Jedi training was the perfect escape from the routine day. From the work worries. From the stressful inconsistencies of life.
In fact, the moment I turned on the saber, I was in the zone–I mean, I was really in the zone.
The Force was with me.
And of course:
“May the Force be with you.”
A look at the New York Jedi: