Paralympic athlete, Rhodes scholar, and author Bonnie St. John knows about resiliency. She was born with one leg shorter than the other. And at the age of five, she made a tough decision to amputate it. After many surgeries, St. John learned to live life to the fullest—walking, running, and skiing with a prosthetic limb. In her workshop at Omega, she asked women to look deep inside to see what they need to let go of, to live their lives with purpose, creativity, and passion.
This episode features longtime public radio journalist Karen Michel's intimate conversation with St. John woven together with audio recorded in St. John's Omega workshop session.
Join Michel for each episode of Dropping In as she sits down with the great thinkers, creative talent, and social visionaries who teach at Omega Institute, to explore the many ways to awaken the best in the human spirit.
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