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Dear friends, have you ever felt lost in the vastness of life's challenges? Have you strayed from the path of your true potential, succumbing to doubt, fear, or uncertainty? Fear not, for within each of us lies the power to rediscover our best selves. Just as a Jedi trains tirelessly to harness the Force, so too can we channel our inner strength to overcome adversity and reclaim our destinies.

Consider my own journey. I have been through much hardship, from poverty, to society, my own shortcomings and decisions. I even left the Temple, only to return finding my own way. Despite facing countless trials and tribulations, I remained steadfast in his commitment to the Jedi way. I confronted my fears, confronted my doubts, consulted those who had more experience than myself, and ultimately found redemption through his unwavering belief in myself.

Likewise, we too can learn from this example. When faced with challenges, instead of succumbing to despair, we must embrace the teachings of Jediism: to trust in the Force, to cultivate inner peace, and to strive for balance in all things. For it is through dedication and focus that we can unlock our true potential and return to our best selves. I sought to be better, throughout my adult life, Jediism has helped me because I allowed it

In her courage and determination, we see echoes of the Jedi spirit. We  too can rise above adversity by staying true to our principles and striving to make a positive impact on the world around us. Whether it be through acts of kindness, advocacy for justice, or simply by being a source of light in a darkened world, each of us has the power to effect change and become the best version of ourselves.

But what if we have strayed from the path we want, lost in the wilderness of our own shortcomings and mistakes? Can we still return to our best selves, or are we doomed to wander aimlessly in the darkness?

Fear not, for the Jediist believe in the power of redemption. We can find forgiveness and renewal through acts of contrition and humility. Not through sin, by acknowledging our faults, seeking forgiveness from those we have wronged, and committing ourselves to a path of growth and self-improvement, we can overcome even the greatest of obstacles and emerge stronger, wiser, and more compassionate than before.

My friends, the journey to becoming our best selves is not an easy one. It requires courage, perseverance, and a willingness to confront our inner demons. But in the words of Master Yoda, "Do or do not. There is no try." Let us embrace the teachings of the temple, let us trust in the Force that binds us all, and let us strive each day to return to our best selves. For in doing so, we honor not only our own potential but the legacy of all who have come before us.