by David McLeod | Dec 30, 2019 | No Comments

Almost everyone goes through challenging and painful experiences in life. For some of us, the pain of those experiences can last a long time. Eventually, we find our way to healing, and very often, the gift in the experience reveals itself and gives us a focus for moving forward. In this episode, I share my own personal experience with the gradual growth of resentment and anger in my life and how it affected everyone around me. When I took the steps necessary to heal the conditions that were creating all that pain, I was blessed with a whole new perspective that led me to the passion that I follow today.

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