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Was there something you really loved as a child and gave up on? Or, even a passion you found more recently, but you convinced yourself was too late to pursue. What if you instead looked at those things as seeds. Even if realizing your dreams as you once dreamed them seems impossible, it is possible to learn to evolve alongside your gifts and grow from those seeds.
Carol Lynn is a personal friend that I meant at church during a particularly low point in my own spirituality. She opens up in the episode about some of the more defining points in her life, and she has had her fair share of loss. Through theater, books, and poetry she stays connected to her lifelong interests. Those gifts have helped her weather storms, but also pursue her own thoughts especially as it concerns elements of her faith. Tune in to hear Carol Lynn reading some of her works in her own majestic voice and leave inspired by this women who continues to marvel into her late age.
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