Vul·ner·a·ble ˈvəln(ə)rəb(ə)l/ This is what I became when my friend Jennifer invited me to speak on her podcast. She encouraged me to dive deep into my experience of living with cancer, and understanding my hesitancy, she held my hand while doing so as only a friend can do.

I let go of my fear, lessening my grip on the words hiding in the dark, words that on the other end are tenaciously in place by thick, entangled roots. I begin my free fall, trusting that this is part of the invisible plan.

 

 

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Episode 020: Tutu Project Co-Creator Linda Lancaster Carey on Death, Life, Vulnerability and Creativity

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