I remember feeling completely broken after I had ran and fought all I could to sustain and survive being left permanently unrelated in my brain to my surroundings. I felt I couldn't accept my brain with the depth of incapabilities that I was left to. Then I read a book, a remembrance of this very TedxTalk as an example, "Shattered Innocence" by Jaycee Dugard, and I knew I could. I thought if that little girl could sustain 18 years of captivity and abuse that this little girl could survive the outcome.
My mild brain injury from anesthesia during a routine procedure in 1990 led me to the beauty to my music from natural foods, yoga exercising and other forms of exercise, and spiritual connecting. It's here to be inspired by my music and a bit of conversation.
Saturday, March 26, 2016
#amypurdy #jayceedugard #shattereddreams #imaginations #lorijean
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