LEAP OF FAITH
You have been in the Labyrinth all your life walking a tightrope with no safety net for a silent, faceless crowd. The lights are low, and you wear a dress of sparkling silver sequins, and you are afraid. Why are you afraid? You have been walking this path your whole life. You would know it blind. Before you is a leap onto a trapeze. There is no net. You long for something new. There is no net. Will you leap without safety guaranteed? Take a step forward. And another. Begin to run, feeling your arms prickle as feathers sprout, and when you jump, you soar onto the trapeze, spiraling through the air, and you are flying. You do not know how this will end, now that you are on the trapeze. But you know that you can leap.
Tell me about a time that a plan of yours went wrong. What did you do to fix it?