Editors Welcome BY KAJSA KINSELLA Hi Everyone & All. I hope you all are well and that you are enjoying being outside, now that the weather is a liiiiiiittle bit drier and brighter. Earlier this month I took a huge leap of faith and had my blond locks chopped off, to a much shorter style. Let me tell you, sitting in front of that huge mirror with, as you think, EVERYONE staring at you looking like a drowned dog whilst someone is pulling and tugging at your head, must be the place where I feel the most weak and vulnerable ever... I was nearly in tears! But, at the point where I was just about to get out of the chair and say "No,no, let`s not, let`s leave it, I change my mind" and off I would have gone, my hairdresser starts to dry my hair; styles it and do you know what, as if with a stroke of magic, my confidence comes rushing back. Although I didn`t do anything other than sit down and let it happen, I had plucked up the courage to have my hair cut, although it was scary, I saw it through until the end and I`m so delighted that I did! I feel fresh and confident and pushing through the momentary discomfort and uncertainty was well worth it. This month, we will learn to find the courage to challenge ourselves, to change things, to believe in ourselves and to see that the only one who can be you, is you! Read the personal story of the author and speaker Liz Valloor about daring to overcome the burdening opinions of others, and read the deliciously inspiring story of The Soul Of Crete. Our wonderful writers have put some fantastic teachings together for you from their P1
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