So, I think especially after going through a particular type of trauma, I'm not sure if this is trauma in general, I can only speak for myself, is that there there becomes a disconnect between the mental and the physical, especially as somebody who suffers a spinal cord injury, and the importance of movement has not only I would say balanced me, but it has allowed me to expand and to rediscover, and what I mean by that is, you know, one day you're walking the next, you know, you can't move your legs and you can't feel from the chest down. However, you know, trying to for example, trying to replicate the, you know, the sensation one gets from running, you know more and more. You tend to surprise yourself as a spinal cord injury individual that you know, whatever you thought your limits were before, are not your limits. Regardless of how small, you know, the change or the growth comes, that growth only comes when you move, when you do. Those small and large victories, I guess it puts more cookies in the cookie jar when you have something new to face in life, you know, and like I've done this before or I know it's possible, so let me go.