I grew up with the original Star Wars movies. They were my absolute favorite thing in existance. All I wanted was to be a Jedi, and to have an unlimited supply of McDonalds cheese burgers. (Which is weird. Now I am a vegetarian and allergic to milk.) Back to the subject on hand. I believe it is hard to know when you are a Jedi or not. The path stretches on forever. You never really can say when you arrive at your destination, for you will always be moving forward on your journey. The path of the darkside runs beneath the path of the light, catching all Jedi that stray to far from the path and fall. Everybody marks their path differently. I mark hiking trails by turns, my brother by rock formations, and my dad by the veiws off of cliff faces. We all reach the point in our journey where we declare ourself Jedi in a different way. None are wrong…Just different. As for when you cease to be a Jedi. That is more difficult. I believe you never completely cease. You just wander from the path. If you really want to, maybe with the help of a compass and map (friends and family) you could always find your way back…And….1…2…3….END RANT!