About Episode 19 – Impostor Syndrome and the epiphany behind it.

Facing our fears is an unenviable proposition.

Fear is an enemy that every one must do battle with at one time or another.

It was by virtue of walking through a narrow path of birds on New Years Day – that I got the inspiration for Episode 19 of the podcast , it was not unlike walking into our fears.

Take a listen to my humble recollection of the event, seconds after getting to the other side, safely… complements of TikTok.


It is not unlike walking through a flock
of birds.

Walking with baited breath and guarded steps.

Not knowing if or when a mad scramble will ensue.

Episode 31: Those echoes of Juneteeth and letters to the Ancients As the Incense Burns 🔥

On this episode I discuss notions of being free and a lesson gifted from my Uncle, as I read from a letter that I wrote to my Ancestors in 2019, pushing back against the idea of confining honor to the narrow boundaries of a single day. I learned that when the power of love is juxtaposed against history and the ugliness of humanity that freedom is an omnipresent battle that we cannot afford to lose. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shunpwrites/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shunpwrites/support
  1. Episode 31: Those echoes of Juneteeth and letters to the Ancients
  2. Epiosde 30 – Food, family and the poetry of how history repeats
  3. Head in clouds or thoughts on and about in a world gone… madder.
  4. Episode 29 – Same coin different sides: That vile spirit of racism
  5. Episode 28 – Momma's Day: A hat tip to mine and reflections of her heroism

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