In Even Silence Has an End, Ingrid Betancourt writes about her agonizing six-and-a-half year captivity. The experience led to spiritual awakening.
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What's invisibly written on your "jersey"? What might others say, since it is they who see your backside? If there were one word that was keeping your life too small, lately, what would it be?
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