The Last Part: A New Beginning

Don't forget to read the IntroductionPart IPart IIPart III, Part IV, and Part V before this last chapter of the Journey. 

Breath. Breathing.

Soaking up the fresh forest breeze into your body.

The She-Guide-Elf stands in front of the bonfire.

You are also standing in a circle around the flames.

“Our journey has just begun, warriors. This is a walk that you will only stop when the final breath allows you to rest for good. But now, it is the moment to reflect, to see how we can give a step further towards balance, inner peace and understanding. 

You have been brave enough to think, to face yourselves and to overcome every obstacle and mission I have given you in this particular journey.

It is now time to go back before the snow breaks into the forest. To sit in front of your own fire and keep learning.

You may carry your items and powers with you since they were always part of your soul.”

The She-Elf smiles and walks into the forest. You see now that she is also part of the tribe, and you will see her again. 

You all arrive at Greg's Tavern after leaving the final gathering. It feels like a real oasis, full of friends and warmth. At one side of the Tavern, a huge old library with a note contains the books written by old honorable elves and dwarfs, gnomes, wizards and witches. 

The Note says: “Knowledge comes before Understanding. Understanding Goes Beyond Knowledge”

If you would like to continue this journey, you can explore more about Science of behavior and sociology with some of the bibliography that made it possible:

  • Allport, G. W. Y Boring, E. G. (1946) Psychology and social relations at Harvard University. American Psychologist, 1(4), 119-122
  • Cattell, R. B. (1947), Five Factor Model of Personality: Theoretical Perspectives. New York: The Guilford Press. 
  • Cattell R. B. Ver, H. W. Y Tatsuoka, M.M. (1970). Handbook for the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF) 
  • Costa, P.T. & McCrae, R.R. (1992). NEO-PI-R Professional manual: Revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO PI-R) and NEO Five-Factor Inventory (Neo-FFI). 
  • Eysenck H. J. (1981). A model for personality. Berlin: Springer Verlag,
  • Kahneman, Daniel, Paul Slovic, and Amos Tversky. Judgment under uncertainty: heuristics and biases. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982. 
  • Knights, D., Willmott, H. (1989) Power and subjectivity at work: From degradation to subjugation in social relations. Sociology, 23 (4): 535-558 
  • Marston, W. M. (1928). Emotions of normal people. London: Devonshire Press
  • Matthews, G., Deary, I. J., & Whiteman, M. C. (2003). Personality traits (2nd ed.). Cambridge University Press. 
  • Scullard, M. y Baum, D. (2015) Everything DiSC manual. USA: Wiley
  • Sibley, C. G., Harding, J. F., Perry, R., Asbrock, F. y Duckitt, J.( 2010). Personality and Prejudice: Extension to the HEXACO personality model. European Journal of Personality, 24, 515- 534. 
  • Van Heck, G. L. (1989) Situation concepts: definitions and classification. In P. Hettema (ed.), Personality and environment: assessment of human adaptation (pp. 53- 69). Chichester: Wiley.
  • Goffman, Erving. (1959). The presentation of self in everyday life. Garden City, N.Y. :Doubleday.


Thank you all for joining this journey. You truly are an inspiration.