There are times in our lives when circumstances move us so completely that we are compelled to share our experience. We are not guessing, assuming or reiterating someone else’s facts. We’ve experienced something first-hand, and only from this place of deep knowing can we feel the passion that drives our need to share what we now know with the world.
These thoughts are what came to mind as I listened to Tamara Taggart’s TEDx talk, ‘Two Conversations That Changed My Life’, a personal and incredibly heart-warming account of two separate conversations that eventually became undeniably inter-woven.
What struck me was her ability to deliver the story with such gentleness and love. There was no hate, only a desire to see change. As I listened, my admiration for her grew – not only for her eloquent conversational style, but also because along the way I was humbled with the reminder that there are areas in life where I can do better. On so many levels, she nails it.
I was inspired to share this video after recently reading stories by 2 Life As A Human authors, Ross Lonergan and Gil Namur. They each talk about experiences in self-discovery and the value of life’s lessons, and both stories leave you feeling good.
Tamara’s story of two conversations also leaves you feeling good, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Let’s help her change the conversation!
Thumbnail is a screen capture from the video