As life goes on, for myself, for my amazingly talented friends, we all have to remind each other that if we put our minds to it, we can accomplish anything. Including a legacy we each make in different ways - whether it’s by raising a family, making our own movies, or cuddling with someone close to remind ourselves that we’re never alone. Thanks to my father, the movies, and to Tobolowsky’s podcast, it’s hard not to be grateful for the fact that I have survived the two worst experiences anyone can ever go through: The near-death of my own life, and the death of the person closest to me. As much as I tend to travel back to the past both to myself and to my friends, I feel like by doing so, it’s given me a future to look forward to, in which I can accomplish anything. But this feeling wouldn’t be here, if it weren’t for the guy that brought me here in the first place.