“It’s not what you’ve got. It’s about how brave you’re prepared to be.” — Seth Godin
It’s time for you to go on an adventure.
with the knowing
that ‘here’ is a place you can’t stay.
The journey owns you.
It’s time to go deep
and take back the gold in the dark.
The power and the light.
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The word makes you think, maybe, of a damsel in distress: flinging hand to forehead, getting tied to a railroad track somewhere by a villain with impressive facial hair.
Heroines provide opportunities for the hero to prove his heroism. They serve and support by acting as the hero’s moral conscience, or by serving as his muse, or by dying prematurely so that he can go after the bad guys and avenge her in manly ways.
“In the whole mythological tradition,” Joseph Campbell is quoted as saying, “the woman is there. All she has to do is to realize that she’s the place that people are trying to get to. When a woman realizes what her wonderful character is, she’s not going to get messed up with the notion of being pseudo-male.”
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