The New Rite of Passage

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By Mark Peacock

Throughout the course of history, when the young came of age, they had to collectively and individually prepare themselves for a rite of passage, something they had to say or do or endure in order to transition to adulthood. These rites were tests of strength, of skill, of coordination, of mental and physical stamina, of endurance; they were feats designed to test their mettle as well as their character.

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