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12/05/2019

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Myranette Robinson

Anna, I also feel that the story leads your telling. It can also adapt itself to your telling environment. I can tell the same story but the story can have me leave out things in one environment only to have me emphasize that same thing in my next telling. That's the joy of storytelling, that the story is never the same no matter how many times you tell it.

Mo Nance

Thank you Anna. All you said makes perfect sense. Once I get rid of the fear, I look forward to trusting myself to being a vessel 100%.

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