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Stansbury Island
At the instant of exit, situational gravity is matched by an equal and opposite acceleration, and one is locationally weightless; one is "transwhere". Socially, in this moment, possibility reaches infinity. This is freedom.

One can cherish this moment, despite the inexorable fall back to earth. Or rather, one refuses to accept this supposed inexorability, even as one falls. One clings to the sense of placelessness and its immanent possibility with the force of one's being, and delights in it. This is courage.