This evening, our show theme is curated from our HUMAN LIBRARY catalog titled What I Know Now. You often hear me say everyone has a story. And you know, I also believe that everyone is a story.
Each of our stories reflects a journey, not a destination, a process, not an event. We are continually moving, continually growing, continually becoming. As long as we breathe, the end of our story has not yet been written. That means we have opportunities to edit the plot of our story to reflect our physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional evolution.
Author Maya Angelou says, “There is no greater agony than hearing an untold story inside you.” Let that resonate for a second.
Life coach and author Iyanla Vanzant believes in her story, and I quote, “Life will work for me when I realize I have everything I need within me to create everything I want out there.
My guest this week believes all that exists between perceiving something as negative or positive is choice.
She is a dynamically unfolding story; a journey, and a process. She is a student. She is a teacher. She is a survivor. She is hope.
So, sit back, listen, and learn things as Ms. Lynnie Vessels joins us at the FS Table. Her story, so far, reads of survival and a grateful spirit. Educator, author, and inspirational speaker, Ms Lynnie Vessels.Until next time, remember,
You are not alone.
You are not your circumstances.
You have everything within you to live a purpose-filled life.