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The People We Once Were

I’ve been thinking about this lately, thanks to Felishia La-Shae’s piece.

Who am I now, versus who was I before?

Life’s twists and turns shape us as much as we allow them to. A decade passes by and we look back and more often than not, regret sets in. The older we get, the starker the realization the gap of who we are and who we want to be is all that apparent.




We all have events in our lives that served as our turning point that led us to where we are today. Capturing those thoughts, feelings, and experiences before, during, and after that time helps us be proud of how far we’ve come. Together, this is our story forward.

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Individual in her journey of growth and spirituality // Looking to capture others’ stories about life in THE TURNING POINT publication

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