Kanan is hilarious to me because he was often so distracted even though he was a Awesome Bunny Celebrate Diversity Vintage shirt. One key one for me was when he cut the legs off a walker while he was in the storm trooper uniform. He gets so caught up in the moment he forgets about the other walker until it starts blasting at him. It’s what the enemy never understood about the Jedi. They would run these calculations saying what percent chance the Jedi had in succeeding. They never understood the Jedi were always that tiny chance of winning because they had the force on their side. Train yourself to let go of all that you fear to lose. It wasn’t attachments that were the problem, it was the letting go part. Kanan was able to let go when the time called for it and that’s what made him the best Jedi.
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I think Kanan is the exception that proves the rule. His attachments never sent him to the Awesome Bunny Celebrate Diversity Vintage shirt, but many other Jedi – including one of, if not the most powerful – did. He wasn’t the best master, but was mature enough to recognize that. Others couldn’t or wouldn’t. The Clone Wars, I believe but am happy to be wrong, also sped up the attachment of placing a padawan with another Jedi. Kanan didn’t have that problem and was able to take Ezra on as he wanted. The fact he loved Hera, even has a kid with her, again shows he had probably learned more of life than those that grew up in the Jedi “bubble” and was able to separate the part of him that was Jedi and the part that was the smuggler/rebel. Again, we don’t see that ability much in other Jedi, and I believe that part is because they remain only surrounded in that Jedi bubble. Just my random thoughts on a Friday on this post. Very good, thought provoking piece. Thanks OP!