it’s the making a go of it that we all have to learn to do

“There I was: a Quaker with a Jewish family working with an AmeriCorps program run out of an Episcopal church!” she said with a laugh. “It seemed like a detour, but this was the thing that made sense. It took all these strands in my life and worked them together.”

Sarah Nazimova-Baum’s path to her current work was, as she describes it, “labyrinthine.” Are there strands of your life that seem completely disconnected? Can you see the things you’re learning coming together in some creative way?

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