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Article: Who am I?

Who am I?

Which pic do you think I identify with most today?

None of them, if I’m being honest.

Heraclitus of Ephesus said it best:

“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it is not the same river and he is not the same man”

Life is in a constant state of flux, and if we don’t grow in some way every day, we have missed an opportunity.

My life story is one of second, third, twelfth and twentieth chances, it’s one of redemption and growth.

I’ve made horrible, life-altering, devastating decisions, and I’ve used to pain I endured as a result of the consequences of those decisions as fuel to help others recover from their own horrible decisions or circumstances.

What we choose to do with our recovery is a very personal and individual decision, I suppose, but I can’t fathom living a life in which I don’t do all I can to give back that which was so freely given to me. I must carry a torch into the darkness and lead others back out.

We’ve walked the paths of hell, and we found the way out. We willingly go back in, as often as our day job schedules allow, to show the way out to those left behind.

We confront evil where it exists, face it, and help those stuck in the darkness find their way out of it.

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