Broadway, one of New York City’s main streets, runs the length of Manhattan Island. But hundreds of years ago it was called the Wickquasgeck Trail by the indigenous Lenape people. It was a passageway through stands of chestnut, poplar and pine trees. Strawberries grew wild in fields along the path. Is there a metaphorical equivalent in your life? A modest, natural path you’ll build into a major thoroughfare buzzing with activity. Part of you will feel sad at the resulting loss of innocence, but you’ll be proud of the visionary strength you’ve summoned to create the important conduit.