As I delve deeper into my series of posts about ‘Behind the pages’ of “Boger’s Legacy”, I’m drawn to share a chapter that’s close to my heart. This isn’t just about facts and figures; it’s an intimate reflection, steeped in emotion and sentiment, that shaped the journey of this book.
In my initial post, I bared my soul about my voyage with the term ‘Repertory’ which began in 1988. Later, I invited you into the labyrinth of my thoughts by revealing the cover pages of resource files of my 2003 thesis. This was followed by a gesture of heartfelt gratitude, a public display of appreciation for the luminaries who illuminated the pathway of my research.
In the inaugural entry of the ‘Behind the Pages’ section for “Boger’s Legacy & Augmenting the Synoptic Key’s Repertory”, I delved into a deeply introspective journey. This introspection wasn’t merely a recollection, but an emotional expedition that transcended the boundaries of time. It began in 1988, during the concluding year of my BHMS studies. As a young and ambitious student, I was introduced to the intricate and profound world of the ‘Repertory’. It was then that I experienced my first in-depth interaction with the subject, a moment that would spark a lifelong passion.