1. “Leave the House.”
Not sure how to interpret? Listen to great Zamboni:
Every adventure and every day begins with leaving what is known and protective. Leave the house, kill the parents (not literally!) fly away from the nest. Be spirited away- there will be a time to come back. I, Zamboni, would not be Zamboni if I had not left the protective walls of the baron’s castle and joined the Estonian Air Force, married the toothless hag, which in turn led me to my years in the treetop, right?
On The Road, look homeward Angel, go Bulkington and search for the great white whale.
Leave the House.
This the Pontiac Indian says to me first.