This Sunday on Acacia and the Void, I talk about being dyslexic. Talking into this Void alone is getting easier. That's a relief! I share what it felt like to climb a mountain that felt like a shear cliff as a child and also how I learned to spell it;) Everything finally clicked for me, but it took every bit of my stubborn determination and what felt like forever at that time. I will always struggle a bit, it just is, what it is. Sometimes we think, why me, this is not fair, but actually adversity is a beautiful gift. It builds strength and a perspective that is truly uniquely our own. We can then use that knowledge to have empathy, to be an road sign for other wayward travelers. We let ourselves and others limit what we can accomplish. The only impossible part of doing anything is overcoming your own fears. Love yourself and that fear turns into nothing but joy. My mom used to say "there will always be someone smarter than you, that can do it better than you, but there's only one you. So do it anyway because so you can become a better you." Happy Sunday!