A hard working man seeks peace and rest at the end of the long day. Knowledge is for the mind, and wisdom for the heart and spirit, a concept that Nickoloas shares with his friend. Its a word from the new master he follows. Raphael has worries and accusations on his mind about Phineas. Are they founded? The confrontation only seems to drive a wedge between the two men.
The ill feelings burn into uncontrollable rage and fury. There’s no harm there… is there? It’s just frustrating to have these feelings, and live with the friction… right? Raphael wants to love people, he knows he should, but why does he hate them sometimes?
As tragedies pile up for Raphael, has his damage been done? We find Phineas across town planning a revenge on his nemesis. A trip to the Master, and a touch of humility helps with the softened heart, and Raphael is ready to receive wisdom. What about that revenge that was planned for him? It becomes the first real test of anger, to prove change has really happened.