The Jedi's Code
By Baker Street
The Jedi Knight was sitting alone in the wilderness contemplating the higher laws of life and the universe. The wind was blowing the dust over the plains as he peered out from the cavern entrance over the landscape of some lonely and forlorn planet that he was stranded upon. Around his neck he wore a silver disc that had these words inscribed on them; ‘Adhere To Your Principles and Value All Men Equally’. This code had taken him to countless planets and many strange and dire situations, yet he had triumphed over all those trials and tribulations by means of this universal law of life. Amongst all men of all races and creeds under the stars it had been unto him the key that unlocked every door. It was even said to be the key that unlocked the very doors of mystery, and time and space; and which would enable one to levitate rocks by the mere will-power of one’s mind and conscious. Now he was left alone with only this mystery to contemplate with a myriad of stars above, as help was a long way from coming for him, being alone and stranded on this godforsaken world. The breeze brushed his face and he smiled to himself in the silence and the wind because he knew that whatever happened ‘The Force’ would always be with him.