Reading this book has reminded me how often in my life a door has appeared in a wall that I thought surrounded me. When I look at my thoughts of what I wanted to be as a teen I find it fascinating that I have not done most of the things that are on my list because of situations that stood in my way. For a long period of my life I just sat next to the wall so to speak – I did not look for a door and had no hope of change. I just stewed. And the more I stewed the less real I became. I started to lose the character traits that I have valued about myself. I actually had to have someone show me the window for me to recognize it and see it but after that I began to grow again as a person. Finding the Door in the Wall helped set me free, and now I know that whenever there is a wall placed before me, that there is a way to get through that wall.