Mission 1: Light a Candle

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Light a candle.

Why?  Because it signifies your commitment to The Freehoodship adventure.  Furthermore, with your candle lit (your inner fire), you can see where you are going in the inevitable patches of darkness and find others on the adventure whose candles are also lit.

15 Mission Notes

  1. Andrew Sullivan

    My 60 grit sandpaper heart was able to light the little owl candle — mission #1 complete!

  2. Benjamin Olmsted

    This candle is spreading light from the sun that some bees collected. It’s releasing energy that was rained down from the sky onto a daffodil or a marigold or maybe it was a cherry blossom.

  3. Keenan Hand

    Here’s to the beginning of an epic adventure! “Nowhere, nowhere in the world, is there lack of participating, approving souls. All that is needed is one whose circumstances leave him entirely free to follow his aims with complete resolve.” Goethe, Clavigo I

  4. Nikole

    It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.
    Eleanor Roosevelt

  5. Wade Van Buskirk

    My light ignites. My sticky tenderfoot with adhering duff. Pine scented seedling Tan Oaks are my witness.

  6. Larissa Lewis

    “Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times if one only remembers to turn on the light.” -Albus Dumbledore

  7. John Baxter

    this seems like a good game. I shall play.

    the candle is extra bright because I dropped in the match. I think that is a good omen : )

  8. Josef S

    Thank you Robin Hill for inviting us to start this Journey years ago. I’ve never left it, I’ve simply been in progress.

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