So I've just completed level 2 training! I know, I know, that's quite an accomplishment. Something worthy of bursting out the bubbly and imitating those winning car racers by splashing it on everyone in reach. Hey, you weren't thinking that I was going to suggest you should have a mouthful in celebration, did you? I wouldn't blame you if you did, but I haven't the head for it.
But, I digress. Completing this lesson is simply a chance for me to continue absorbing the great info here at WA like a really dry sponge. You see, I am building a million-dollar website heritage with WA's help and the more info I absorb, the closer I get to accomplishing my goal. So, to me , it's time to keep on trucking, movin' on.
I've got my eyes on the horizon, where the sunset's splashing lavishly in a myriad colors. The reds,yellows and golds are bouncing off every surface they touch. When I arrive, I intend to take a sun-bath in a most leisurely fashion; my multi-colored shorts hiked up to my thighs and my body half-submerged in a fragrant tub of bath-salted water. Should I mention that I shall own the place?
Anyways, that shall be a time of reflection for me. I can see my kids in my mind's eye, trying to reconcile our "sudden" success with the well-known poverty they shall now leave behind. I will recall to myself the harrowing struggles I conquered along the path of this journey. I will recall the various moments when I dismissed my lurking doubts and realities to embrace faintly glimmering hopes of accomplishment.
I will recall, most of all, the day my desires led me to WA. It occurred shortly after a harrowing spate of hospital stays and doctor visits. I decided that I would rather die trying than to ever accept these conditions as the culmination of all my activity in my life until that time. It is a gracious Providence that led me to WA and I humbly accepted the challenges ahead.
So, until that time arrives, completing the levels of training here at WA is a journey towards glory road, with all the bells and whistles. I know some see it as a glorious achievement. I see it as a necessity, a rite of passage, on my journey to the accomplishment of my goals. I shall recognize its accomplishment when I am reunited with my loved ones again at the crest of the hill attained only by those who have traveled the road to success.