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The Pursuit of Happyness – The Hero’s Journey Beyond the Story

Updated: Mar 14, 2022


Chris Gardner attending the AARP's 2011 Life@50+ National Event and Expo in September 2011, photo by Angela George, CC BY-SA 3.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

 

What if a real story rocks even more than a super Hollywood non-fiction movie?


In the past couple of months, I’ve discovered Chris Gardner’s story and I’ve been fascinated. There was something resonating at a deep level with my personal experience and even beyond it, and I couldn’t but get entangled and engaged.


It was not a case that Dr. Maya Angelou said that “it isn't so much ‘The Story of Me’ as much as ‘The Story of Us’. It's the story of… everybody who ever had a dream and wouldn't quit."


In fact, before and after the tragic one-year of his life that is portrayed in the movie ‘Pursuit of Happyness’, starred by the amazing Will Smith, there is a universe to unveil, rich in gems.


In record time I’ve devoured Chris’s three books, read his interviews, watched most of the videos available in internet with his speeches.


By studying his early years, I’ve filled the gaps of how this inspiring man came to be the one on the Road of Trials described in the film.


By delving into his later work, I’ve discovered how the struggles that he had faced in those terrible years, as a homeless single parent, had finally turned into his desire to share his awareness with the world and to help those people who were experiencing those same challenges.


And I’ve discovered how today, as a father, grandfather, world-class internationally renowned speaker, Chris provides the world with a message of hope and of permission to dream with the goal to inspire the next generation of change makers.


 

The events in his life have unrolled in a way that I couldn’t but notice the texture of the Hero’s Journey, and that’s why I desired to recount his story in the light of its metaphors.


I’ve done it with my best care and respect, as a prayer, as a meditation.


I got in touch with the profound layers of a man who has seen despair and who, step by step, with God supporting his wings, has climbed up the grand staircase even when he couldn’t see it as a whole. And still he rises.


For simplicity, in my recounting I’ve chosen to start with the events portrayed in the movie, which are the ones most known by the larger audience, even if the film took a few liberties from the real-life events. I’ve tried to tell the story in a way that it could be recognizable by both those who watched the movie and those who know the real story.


Then, in the Return phase of the Journey, I’ve taken the thread out of the movie screen and into Chris’s real life when recounting the story happening after the film ends.


I hope you’ll enjoy reading it, as much as I enjoyed writing it while putting together the pieces of the puzzle.


I plan to spread the paragraphs that you’ll find below over the several chapters of my soon-to-be-published book 'Beyond Your Story'.


And please, if this resonates with you, go read Chris’s books and watch his speeches. They’re so powerful.


In fact, today more than ever, we need to nurture ourselves with the pragmatic wisdom of those who have ‘been there, done that’ and who recall their spiritual connection. Chris is a fulgid example of that.

In the chaos that seems to rage out there, keeping the clarity of how to tap into our dreams and make them come true, having ownership, knowing that ‘The cavalry ain’t coming’ and that ‘God is busy and he's got other people to help, so keep working,’ are all ways to roll up our sleeves, recognize the importance of being connected as human beings, and finding together a way out.



Thanks Chris, with extreme gratitude for the living example that you are.

Happy Journey!

✌💪🙏


Enjoy your reading.



 


PART I - Departure



The Ordinary World in The Pursuit of Happyness


In the 2006 Movie “Pursuit of Happyness”, starring Will Smith, inspired by a true story and set in San Francisco in the early 1980s, Chris Gardner earns his living by selling portable bone-density scanners to doctors and hospitals.


He believed it to be a great idea to invest his entire life savings on such medical equipment, but unfortunately doctors consider them as unnecessary luxuries and often dismiss him.


That’s why Chris struggles to make ends meet and to care for his partner Linda, who works as a hotel maid, and their young child Christopher.

They barely afford paying bills, rent, and daycare, and Chris collects heaps of parking tickets that he is unable to pay.


Because of all this, the relationship with Linda deteriorates day after day. With all the trust that she’s given him over the years, she’s tired of his unsuccessful attempts and doesn’t spare him resentful words.


How could he break out of this cycle and get back to the happiness they had started their story with?



The Call to Adventure and its Refusal in The Pursuit of Happyness


The Call

While listening to Chris’s thoughts, we discover that he met his father for the first time at 28. As a young kid, he decided that, would he have had children, they would have known who their father was, and that’s a calling that Chris will take at heart for his entire life.


One day, while on the street to deliver one of his scanners, he sees a man dropping off his shining red Ferrari. Chris stops him and asks what’s his job and how to do it.

“Stockbroker,” he replies. No study titles required, just the ability to be good with numbers and people.


Could this be Chris’s way out?


The Refusal to the Call

Once home, Chris announces to Linda that he would interview to become a stockbroker at Dean Witter.

She makes harsh jokes at him. With no post-high school education and no connections, he would have no chance, she says. Bills are piling up, and she’s tired doing overtime to compensate for his delusional attempts.


Answering the Call

While fully aware that he’s playing with fire, Chris feels that this time it’ll be different, and decides that he’ll submit his application.



The Supernatural Aid in The Pursuit of Happyness


Applications to become an intern stockbroker at Dean Witter have just opened, and it happens only twice a year.


Chris hands in his application directly to Mr.Jay Twistle, Head of HR, in order to make his acquaintance and increase the chances to be selected. Twistle though is in a hurry and treats Chris just like one of the many candidates.


Yet, Chris doesn’t give up. A month later he catches Mr.Twistle getting on a taxi, and manages to share the ride with him. Chris tries to convince him about his skills, but the Manager is distracted by attempting to solve his Rubik’s cube. It’s an impossible job, Twistle says, but Chris offers to do it.

Against all odds, he manages to solve it right before the taxi reaches the destination. The manager is impressed and speechless, and the two leave.


A couple of days later, Twistle invites Chris for the interview.


The Belly of the Whale in The Pursuit of Happyness


Back from work, Chris finds their home empty. Linda has left, taking Christopher and all their belongings with her.


The morning after he rushes to the daycare, and catches Linda just after she has left there their child. They shout at each other, and he makes it clear that Christopher must stay with him, no matter what. Later that evening, he takes the child home.


A few days later the Police knocks on the door. He has missed paying too many parking tickets, and they have to take him in at the Police Station. He pays, but he discovers that he must spend the night in jail until they make sure that he has enough funds.


He asks to make a call and, holding his tears on the phone, he begs Linda to take care of Christopher for that night only.




PART II - Initiation



The Road of Trials in The Pursuit of Happyness


The next morning, right after been released by the Police, Chris rushes to have his interview for the internship at Dean Witter. No suit, no tie, just the same humble clothes he had when the Agents took him in.


By passing through the doors of the brokerage firm, Chris crosses his First Threshold. He feels the buzzing energy of the brokers who shout at each other in the open room, and, in that chaos, he feels at home.


With humble sincerity, he explains his interviewers what had happened the night before and why he had those clothes on, and convinces them of his determination and willingness to work hard and succeed.


After an initial disbelief, they finally agree on having him in.


But then, he realizes that it is a six-months non-paid internship and there’s no guarantee to be hired. Of the twenty people taken in the program, only one person gets the job after a demanding final test.


Chris takes his time to think about it.

In those six months he should sell all his scanners just to stay afloat. And, if he wants a chance to succeed at the final exam, he couldn’t take on any other job because of the time to spend studying and taking care of his child after work.


Linda brings Christopher back home, and tells Chris that she’s leaving for New York, where she’s found a job in her sister’s boyfriend’s restaurant.

They both agree that she can’t afford to take the child with her. Chris will take care of him. She leaves.


That same evening, he calls back Twistle’s secretary and confirms that he’s in.

He’ll need to move with Christopher to a nearby motel to save on the rent though.


The internship at Dean Witter begins. Every intern is provided with an endless list of names of the employees of a prospective client company. They shall call each of them, one by one, starting from the doorman up to the CEO, and offer them brokerage services.


Chris becomes a war machine. Every day he shows up early and makes call after call. His office manager continuously distracts him asking for favors, but he manages to stay focused. To spare precious seconds, he doesn’t even put the phone down between calls and doesn’t drink not to waste time to the bathroom. In fact, since he must rush after work to pick his child from daycare, he has only six hours to do what his colleagues do in nine. And then, father and son take an exhausting journey back home cross-town in the underground and by bus to Oakland.


And every night, while his child sleeps, Chris goes on studying for the exam.



The Meeting with the Goddess in The Pursuit of Happyness


Two months in the internship, Chris realizes that he’s proceeding too slow with the calls. The list of prospects that he’s received is still too long until he reaches the top of it, where the people who really matter are.


So, he cheats and jumps directly to the top of the list, calling the CEO of “Pacific Bell Pension Fund”, the prospect company that was assigned to him.


Surprisingly, the CEO Walter Ribbon has a spot available, but Chris must be there in twenty minutes. He rushes through the office doors, but his office manager slows him down by asking one of his undeniable favors.

Chris arrives late at Pacific Bell and misses Mr. Ribbon by a few minutes.


The day after he decides to go and apologize to Mr. Ribbon directly at his house, together with Christopher.

Walter is an easy-going man, and not only he accepts the excuses, he also invites the two of them to go to a football game with him and his son.


They watch the San Francisco 49ers from “The Box”, an exclusive area towering the whole playing field where Chris makes friends with other key people from Pacific Bell.

Walter likes Chris’s attitude, but during the game he makes it crystal clear that there’s no way he’ll let him manage his own investment portfolio.


Yet, the in-person connections that Chris creates with the other people there prove extremely valuable for creating prospects, definitely more than the usual cold calls.


In fact, after that day, the number of leads that he provides to the brokerage company quickly raises up, even if that doesn’t turn into any monetary advantage for him.


In parallel, in a matter of four months he manages to sell all the remaining scanners. Life seems to be finally taking the right turn for him and his son.



The Temptress in The Pursuit of Happyness


Chris receives a letter from the Internal Revenue Service. With no warning they have forcefully levied on his assets for unpaid taxes. His bank account is dried up. He’s broke.


Without being able to pay for the rent, they come back to the motel and find the lock changed and their few belongings out of the door. They have nowhere to stay.


They find refuge in the always open underground station. While holding back his tears, Chris manages to sleep with his son on the floor of a public toilet there.


At work he keeps his head up and doesn’t tell anyone about the situation.


Finally, he discovers the Glide Memorial Methodist Church that provides food and shelter to homeless people, together with hope and food for the soul through its preacher Rev. Cecil Williams.

The place books up at 5pm, and there’s a line to do. Once it’s full for the night, it’s full. Besides, on the morning everyone has to leave their rooms and get back on the line in the evening to book a new spot.

Chris learns to finish his work even quicker to stay in the line early. Sometimes though, the place gets booked up before he and his son can do it, and they finish at a flophouse or in the corner of a park.


He questions how he drove there Christopher and himself. Yet, even there at rock bottom, he refuses giving up and continues pushing forward, never stopping studying for the exam and with the will to finally succeed.


The day of the test is nearer and nearer.



The Atonement with the Father in The Pursuit of Happyness


The exam day comes. Chris is sharp and focused.


He goes through the test, and he’s the first to finish it.


They’ll need a couple of days before the results are out.


Later that day, father and son miss the bus. They can’t do it in time for Glide’s. It’ll be another flophouse’s night. As Chris kisses him goodnight, Christopher watches his father in the eyes. “You’re a good poppa,” he says, while Chris’s heart melts.


The day after, Mr.Twistle congratulates Chris for the great job done. In fact, he’s signed 31 accounts from Pacific Bell. Whatever the test results, Twistle says, those figures are outstanding.



The Apotheosis in The Pursuit of Happyness


While Chris is hanging up a call, the Office Manager asks him to follow in the meeting room.

The whole Management Team is there.


The CEO tells him that he’s been selected and, if he wants, he will work as a broker for them. With his eyes wet, Chris accepts and shakes hands with all of them.


He rushes to the daycare, holds Christopher in his arms, and starts crying.


On the walls of the building stands out the word ‘Happiness’, written with a ‘Y’.



The Ultimate Boon in The Pursuit of Happyness, within and beyond the movie


In the last scenes of the movie, we see Chris and Chris Jr. hand in hand happily telling each other jokes. They cross their path with a man in elegant attire. Will Smith turns to him a couple of times with a surprised look.


That’s the real Chris Gardner, there for a surprising cameo. Fiction and real-life blend together.


Then, in the epilogue, we discover that, after a start at Dean Witter, Chris Gardner opened in 1987 his own stock brokerage firm, Gardner Rich & Co. and then sold in 2006 his minority stake in the company for millions of dollars.


While these figures are for sure extraordinary, the real ultimate boon for this modern hero takes a more profound shape, in two distinct ways that the movie doesn’t showcase.


In fact, nothing or very little is disclosed about Chris’s life before the period portrayed in the film. To know more, one should read his autobiography, that goes under the same title and that I warmly recommend.


First, Chris is able to interrupt the cycle of ‘fathers who abandon their children’. His father left before he was born. His stepfather was abusive, far from being a healthy male example, constantly reminding him that he wasn’t ‘his goddamn daddy’. Already at five, Chris decided that his children wouldn’t have suffered that trauma: they would have known him, and he would have been there for them.


The movie makes it clear that, no matter what, Chris does all what he can to protect and nurture his son. His love for and sense of responsibility towards Christopher are the driving forces that keep him afloat even in the worst times. And the same happens with his daughter Jacintha, born a few years later from the same Chris Jr.’s mother.


Second, Chris is able to interrupt the generational cycle of poverty that his family of origin had been into. His mother, possibly the person who inspired him the most, engraved in his mind the certainty that he could do and be whatever he would, even earning millions if he wanted. Chris took it at heart.


Today, he’s a brilliant living example that great things can be done through humility, humanity, determination, and spiritual connection.


And the story is not over yet. To close the cycle of the Journey, the Hero has to return to the Ordinary World and share the awareness gained. And, in the following chapters, we’ll discover how the real Chris Gardner did, and is currently doing, exactly that.




PART III - Return



The Refusal of the Return in Chris Gardner’s Hero’s Journey


The new opportunities that his entrepreneurial success are bringing to him allow Chris Gardner to fulfil his desire to give back.


He supports Glide Memorial Methodist Church, the same that had allowed him and Chris Jr. to survive in their dark period, in funding a $50 million project in San Francisco for creating low-income housing and employment opportunities in the same area of the city where they were once homeless.


He even meets Mandela twice, the second time in 2004, to discuss investments in South African emerging markets.


On top of this, as a Philanthropist, Chris sponsors charitable organizations and donates clothing and shoes.


His ramping success doesn’t pass unnoticed, so much that, in January 2002, he is interviewed in the popular 20/20 TV show from ABC. The national response he gets is overwhelming. In 2004 he is also featured in the Canadian documentary ‘Come on Down: Searching for the American Dream’. Newspapers start to write about him.


All these look like signs that it is time for him to purposefully share his story and inspire people.


Yet, Chris is scared to death by this much attention on him. Is it for the fortunes that he had accumulated? Houses, money, toys like one red and one black Ferrari, the second of which had belonged to Michael Jordan?

Or is it for the story of a man who, fighting against all odds, succeeded in doing something with his life, family, and community?


Inside, he is feeling that conveying the right message through the circus of media, and not being caught up by their sometimes-ambiguous mechanisms, could be a daunting task.


He is even contacted by a producer who wants to create a reality around homeless people. The plan is giving a bunch of them a job after taking them off the street, and the one who would do the most with their life would win a house and a heap of cash.

Gardner is disgusted. “Being homeless is not a game,” he replies. He’ll never hear from that guy anymore.


In parallel, Chris is considering writing down his autobiography. Yet, opening up all those doors in his mind that he had tried to keep shut until then would be a hell of a journey. A missing father, an aggressive stepfather who used to beat him and to repeatedly point his gun against him and his mother, being raped in his youth by a thief, being imprisoned for not paying parking tickets, sleeping in a public bathroom with his son when homeless… it is simply too much to hold.


His Refusal of the Return was growing strong.

How to go beyond it?



The Magic Flight in in Chris Gardner’s Hero’s Journey


Will Smith watches the 20/20 interview featuring Chris Gardner and is blown away. Chris’s story, rag to riches, embodies the American Dream and has Hollywood potential. And, even beyond this, Will recognizes the power of the connection between father and son and the heroic journey of this man, and feels that it is a story worth spreading.


Will Smith is all in for it, and finally reaches out to Gardner.


Chris is conquered by Will’s grace, humility, and talent, and finally goes beyond his Refusal of the Return by joining him as a consultant and associate producer for the making of the movie.


In parallel, Chris finds support on his Magic Flight also for writing down the story of his life. He meets Quincy Troupe, biographer of one of Chris’s heroes, Miles Davis, and Mim Eichler Rivas, who lets him open up his soul. Quincy writes down the bare events of Chris’s life, Mim writes how those events felt for Chris.


On May, 23rd, 2006, the autobiography ‘The Pursuit of Happyness’ is published. Later that year, on December, 15th, the motion picture under the same name, directed by Gabriele Muccino, is released.


Both book and movie are instant success. Chris’s real story spreads all over the world, and requests for him to being a speaker at events start overflowing. The subjects they address are widespread social issues. Alcoholism, domestic violence, child abuse, illiteracy, homelessness – all of them are universal themes, and Gardner feels it was imperative to share his experience.


A few years later, in May 2009, Chris goes on by publishing a second best-selling book, ‘Start Where You Are – Life Lessons in Getting from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be’, where he incapsulates the key points that allowed him to stay sane when everything seemed lost and to go beyond his own limits.


Dr. Maya Angelou, the American poet and civil rights activist who became dear friend with him, says that Chris’s story resonates so much with people because “it isn't so much ‘The Story of Me’ as much as ‘The Story of Us’. It's the story of every father who had to be a mother, of every mother who had to be a father, and everybody who ever had a dream and wouldn't quit" (from the introduction of Chris’s second book).


In parallel, his business as CEO of his multimillion-dollar brokerage firm is skyrocketing.


Chris’s Hero’s Journey is appearing as if come to full circle. He is finally sharing his message with people, inspiring that Ordinary World that he had come from. He had experienced deep poverty and shining riches and, as a Master of those Two Worlds, he is aware of what they meant. He has the Freedom to Live on his own terms.


Yet, another full Hero’s Journey is waiting for Chris right after the next turn.

It will force him to confront with death and rebirth, painfully propelling him beyond what he is expecting and getting him ready to take his message to the next level.



The Rescue from Without in Chris Gardner’s Hero’s Journey


In 2008 Chris Gardner is at the peak of his career. He is on the road for speaking engagements or for business meetings two hundred days a year. He is in love with a beautiful woman, Holly, his best friend, soulmate, and love of his life, who had been his partner since 1992.


The Call to Adventure comes that same year. One morning Holly wakes up and tells Chris she’s losing her vision. By the tone of her voice, he understands that the issue is beyond what a pair of glasses can solve.

They reach out to the best medical specialists, and Holly is diagnosed with an inoperable but benign brain tumor that is pushing on her optic nerves. She’s losing one eye, and half of the other one will soon follow. And, regular radiation treatment is out of the question, since it would destroy both bad and good cells.


Chris refuses to accept any negative thought and enters denial mode.

In his life he had already overcome any obstacle, achieved every goal, slayed every dragon. This can’t be different, he keeps telling himself and Holly, we can do it.

He’s scared as hell inside, but to protect Holly he doesn’t show it.


There could be a chance for Holly to be treated with an experimental protocol, Proton Radiation. It’s a therapy that in 2008 only five places in the US do. Holly and Chris rush to Bloomington, Indiana, hoping for the best.


The Supernatural Aid comes to Chris in the form of an unexpected free calendar for him for the next six weeks. He takes it as God’s message that there’s something more important for him to care of than business and public speaking.


With the treatment, Chris and Holly cross the First Threshold. They spend together all their days and rediscover the preciousness of time. They even coin the term ‘Atomic Time’, the awareness of how every single moment matters. Failing her vision, Chris keeps reading to her book after book.


He enters his Belly of the Whale by studying all what he can about the therapy. How does it work? What side effects could it have? What changes should we expect? He realizes he could lose her, but he keeps repeating that they will continue with their normal life.


The Road of Trials though is an uphill struggle. Holly has a series of falls, and a new diagnosis tells that the tumor has evolved into a stage IV brain cancer. They both know that the clock is ticking.


Chris lovingly performs his role of primary caregiver. He takes care of Holly in any possible way, day and night. Holly is worried that the illness could take them apart, but Chris dispels all doubts with his loyal nature. That’s their Meeting with the Goddess.


The thought of a life without Holly is unbearable to Chris, and she knows it.

She feels that Chris has stopped dreaming. He’s falling to the Temptation to giving up on his own journey.

“I don’t want you to cry because it’s over,” she tells him, “but to smile because it happened.”

And, with all her love, now that they’ve realized how short life could be, she keeps asking him what he’s going to do with the rest of his life once she’s gone.

It’s her way to tell him to reclaim his right to dream.


Holly’s conditions quickly worsen. She has a stroke. In a short while, she’s completely paralyzed, except for her right foot. She can’t speak but communicates by moving it.

These are their last days together, and they savor every remaining second, until the very end.


Here’s the Atonement with the Father for Chris, the moment in the Journey when we look in the eyes our greatest fears.

Something – a belief, a behavior, a no more fitting identity - dies for a new awareness to arise.


And, in the context of this Journey, Holly’s passing resonates with the Apotheosis, her becoming God through her sacrifice, transmuting her form to enable Chris to take his next step and touch the lives of even more people.


The question keeps returning for Chris every single day after Holly is gone. What are you going to do with the rest of your life?


He realizes that, after 30 years being world-class in the brokerage business, he doesn’t want to do it anymore. He sees that when you do something you’re not passionate about you’re compromising yourself, and you can’t get to the next chapter without turning some pages. That was the Ultimate Boon of his Journey.


Chris takes around five years to answer that question, a long Refusal of the Return.


But then he kicks off his “Back 2 High School” project through the Chris Gardner Foundation: visiting one hundred schools and reaching hundred thousand students. He realizes how enlivening it is for him speaking in front of young people, the next generation of change makers, nurturing them with the awareness that they can do and be whatever they want, that they have the potential to be the next Chris Gardner or the next Oprah Winfrey, and that each of us has the ‘Permission to Dream.’

That’s the signature title that he gives his speeches, and that’s the title of the book that he will then publish in 2021.


His Magic Flight takes speed. The goal of reaching hundred schools stretches further. Today, as ‘CEO of Happyness’, he works with community leaders, executives, organizations, and institutions, that provide opportunities to all those who want to give themselves permission to dream. He teaches to ask not how we can benefit from our dreams, but how our dreams can benefit the world.


All these experiences fall into the metaphor of the Rescue from Without of Chris’s main Hero’s Journey.


All of them have led him to take his next leap. He has built on his past experiences, and when life has provided him with non-negotiable situations, like the loss of a loved one, he’s taken his next step and driven beyond the wall, beyond the fears, to help people of all ages embody a masterpiece of life.



The Crossing of the Return Threshold in Chris Gardner’s Hero’s Journey


After a thirty-five-year career, Chris retires from the financial services business.


This Return Threshold matches with the First Threshold that he had crossed when entering the world of stockbrokers. The chaos of those people shouting orders, the electricity in the air, the jazz-like swing that was rolling out in front of him as notes on a music score, all of that made he feel him at home back in 1982.


Now, it is time for him to really come back home, away from a world of things and into a world made of ‘Friends, Families, and Folks’, as he uses to say.


The switch from CEO of his financial services company into ‘CEO of Happyness’ lets him also fulfil one of his juvenile dreams, the one that he had back in the early 1970s when crossing the threshold of the Navy: traveling the world.


Today not as a sailor, but as an internationally sought-after motivational speaker.



Mastering the Two Worlds in Chris Gardner’s Hero’s Journey


Chris has known both sides of the coin.


He’s faced and survived homelessness, and he’s played with expensive toys.


Now he continues to share his message that ‘you can be or do whatever you want’ that helped him stay afloat and finally thrive in dire conditions, but with an important twist.


In fact, the beginning of his Journey had as a keyword the term ‘pursuit’, which means going after something while knowing you will never have it in full.


The late, non-negotiable events in his life have brought him a new awareness and a deeper truth that he’s sharing with the world right now. The permission to dream, to open up to a wider, universal potential, is innate in our human and spiritual nature.


We have the right and the ownership to summon it, at any time.


It isn’t a pursuit anymore.


From what I see, this resonates with the acknowledgement of its timeless presence and of our possibility to bring it to life from the ‘Space Within’, as Michael Neill calls it, whenever we want.



The Freedom to Live in Chris Gardner’s Hero’s Journey


Chris Gardner is not just embodying the American Dream.


As a father, grandfather, author, and speaker, he’s living and teaching how to tap into the Universal Dream, intrinsic in the nature of each and every human being. Beyond the walls, beyond the fears, beyond any self-definition of who we are, in the acknowledgement that true success comes when we enrich the lives of others.


And I’m eager to discover on what Journey he will take us next.


Thank you Chris! 😊



 

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