‘I’d been trying to find something to be good at. I tried hacky-sack and I tried skating. Those were hard for me until I found kendama. The first time I played, I was terrible. I started practicing it until I got good at it. When you’re not good at something, but you want to be good at it, you practice, and you get good at it and you become a master. Kendama gives me a purpose and it makes me believe that I can do anything…and it’s fun! I’m not a master yet but I will be. What point is there in living or even breathing if there’s nothing to master?’

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