Star Wars The Last Jedi.
I loved the movie.
I liked how gender and appearance didn’t define or confine what the characters could accomplish.
I liked how leadership, and the potential to make a difference in the universe, was coming from many different angles.
It was a refreshing look at the battle of good and evil that admits that masculinity is not the strong hero that saves the day that we have been fed in so much fiction.
Once again the idea that you can outsmart evil even when they have resources beyond your capacity.
Finally, I was left with the thoughts that dwelling on our past doubt and mistakes can cloud our vision of what we have to offer. Sometimes wisdom comes not in teaching others from what went well but in sharing our pain from losing control of that which we purported to be leading.