Schwartz thought money would keep him safe and secure. So he sold himself out. And earned himself a huge windfall and feelings of guilt, shame, unworthiness.
Katsuo scans the papers for his next business opportunity. He is proud to have never failed.
The price of his perpetual success: paranoia 24/7.
Goldstein listens to the man talk about his meditation retreat:
“It felt as though I had jumped out of a airplane without a parachute, which was terrifying until I realized there was no ground!”
Maybe the journey isn’t so much about becoming anything, Kwang-Bo wonders. Maybe it’s about unbecoming everything that isn’t him.
Gena doesn’t really know. Because sometimes the wrong choices bring us to the right places.