In my experience, I have found that, the repercussions of child abuse has rendered me incapable of living my dreams. Part of my journey now is to learn to overcome these barriers. Currently I'm working on that. The way I'm doing it is by working with a fellow survivor. Mark Riser with Made To Soar take a look and see you if can get inspire as well. My dream has always been to become a photographer, mostly landscape and my motto is to CAPTURE BEAUTY. I have seen so much ugliness in the world in the face of child abuse, war and it aftermath, fear, panic disorder and the list goes on. Now, my goal is to start building new memories. But this time beautiful memories not just in my mind but also in prints or digital contents that other can also see and appreciate.
I wish you all a great and safe journey to healing. Thanks!
A very grateful Alumni of the Level I WoR Sequoia 2011, Ben Lohmond, CA, USA
and Advanced WoR Alta 2011, Alta, UT, USA.

The strength of a man isn't in the weight he can lift; it is the burdens he can understand and overcome.