My Hero Journey

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As I am the “hero” in my story, this isn’t the most exciting piece. The story is simply my experience in dance for eight years. Nothing daring and no villains. It’s hard to apply a universal theme to the ordinary. Maybe I could be a hero as a lover (as I am very romantic), but that has nothing to do with dance, or the motivation to do it. My journey could be put under the “quest for identity”, but that wasn’t why I started dancing, that was just a by-product. I certainly have learned a bit about myself. I’m more confident, more coordinated, and I’m able to work as a group better. I never get stage fright, and I’m more determined. These have all helped me throughout my school career. I suppose the best overall universal theme would be how working
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