Lessons From Those Who Lost & Found

What hurts you, blesses you.
Darkness is your candle.
Your boundaries are your quest. — Jalalluddin Rumi

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Good News of the Day:
Jill Bolte Taylor, Dr. Govindappa Venkataswamy and Chef Grant Achatz are an unlikely trio. What do this brain scientist, late eye surgeon, and a leader of the molecular gastronomy movement [yes there is such a thing] have in common? At a takeoff point in their careers they were each dealt a sucker punch — one that robbed them of what was arguably their greatest gift. Yet none of them threw in the towel. And each would rise to greatness after mining their unthinkable experiences of loss for deeper insight into the human experience.
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Be The Change:
Practice working with the milder, mundane forms of loss that we encounter in everyday living. Try using them as grist for the mill in your own evolution.

**Share A Reflection**
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