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The hero’s journey from birth to death – Julius Fann, Jr

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    She lay legs gapped, knees pointing up towards the ceiling pushing forward. Head first, then the male’s entire body began moving from the incubator where it was confined, and the penis yang touched the viginal yin. Sex is experienced unbeknowingly by both she which holds and that which is held. Feet pop out completing the journey within the material world. The hero’s journey has begun.
    (In Chinese philosophy and religion – two principles, one negative, dark, and feminine (yin), and one positive, bright, and masculine (yang) -, whose interaction influences the destinies of creatures and things.) From the womb into the arms of she who was once one in life with the hero, who is now an independent unit, was the hero placed. And often repetitive in repeating myself to establish my POV, The telling story is the hero grew playing with his siblings & friends. Preschool and the hero’s first adventure of kindergarten and middle school found the hero on his own. Through the halls and corridors of junior and high school, and college campuses. Into the streets of the world he was let loose. For the male (can’t speak of the female’s journey) he tested the atmosphere of pool halls, bars, and if unlucky in his ventures, some prisons. Settling for jobs, permanent security, and relationships, was the hero’s sign of maturity.
    The hero found most women and men, black and white, either secure or insecure, throughout living his life and experiencing knowing to learn, and learning to know that which will go with him to the grave.
    ALL written here is the hero’s education from the womb, the arc of living, and dying and his journey to the tomb.. Can anyone say their journey and education have been any different?

     

    #73014

    Rings true to me. I do experience many “little” hero journeys within the arc of the overall journey that is a human life, but you have certainly captured / conveyed the essence, Jufa.

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