This is the fourth of the “Fish” books that I have read although it is the third in their series. As the name implies, this volume is about maintaining the momentum of implementing Fish. As usual author Stephen Lundin provides his teaching through the use of a story and includes a bit of his personal life that add a surprising epilogue.
“When the balloons have deflated, the contests have ended, the training is complete, and the natural human tendency to look for the next new thing has started to exert itself, that is when the inevitable gravity pull of old ways sets in. When you are part of such an effort it feels like someone just took her foot off of the accelerator.”