Since I was just a young girl I have often found my hands grasped tightly around the worn bindings of my favorite novel: Alice in Wonderland.
Though long before I was able to read, my mother would constantly abide by my request to pop our VHS copy of Walt Disney’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ into the player. Each and every time I watched, I was always enchanted by the scene below.
‘One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree.
“Which road do I take?” she asked.
“Where do you want to go?” was his response.
“I don’t know” Alice answered.
“Then”, said the cat, “It doesn’t matter.”’
When I was younger I’m sure it was the Cheshire Cat or the dark, scary forest that made me favor this scene. It wasn’t until I was older that I realized the wisdom of which the Cheshire cat truly possessed, or rather his maker; Lewis Carroll.
You see, we are all often faced with the choice of choosing a path. Often, we don’t even know which way we truly want to go. We may know where society leads us, or which road those closest to us desire for us to choose. But if you’re anything like me, you sometimes struggle to know which way you want to go.
When I chose to come aboard here at CryptoChats, I choose a path. I chose the path I did because much like Alice, I knew I wanted to go somewhere. And that somewhere is here.
I was like most people before, only reading and hearing of Bitcoin news. Hearing of the success and the failures within the market intrigued me deeply. Some people in the market were choosing the right path, while others brutally found they had chosen the latter. Often times people were misguided by the media and lacking knowledge on the subject matter.
I’m here at CryptoChats not to help you choose your path and not to tell you what to do, but rather to let you know all the paths you have to walk on. I’m here to make sure you, the reader, always has access to the most reliable and latest information
I’ve traveled a distance down the path I’m on at this point. Awhile back I was faced with a choice between two paths: to learn or to not.
I chose the first.
I hope you do too.
Sincerely, Rowan Bender