'If only we could see that our personal stories of hardship and abuse are not shameful, but are sources of power that we can leverage to change the world.
It is time to see that the fires that we have been through and overcome do not make us less of a person. They help others see they aren't alone in their suffering and that there is hope for their triumph as well.' Lyla June Johnson
I saw this post today from a young woman I follow closely at the moment, as she brings new breath to my tired yet faith-full and com-pationate Soul. It is enough said I think to present the reasons of this work and vision for our world. Azul
River of Words and Images by Azul Thomé: