Dance With the Unkown

Our fears of the unknown are fears of growth. That interaction on the street that could’ve been but you were too scared to make eye contact. The impulse to try a new activity but you keep procrastinating. The unknown is the invisible friend from childhood that you slowly lost touch with but is still waiting for you, lovingly, to step into it’s embrace. We’ve all been trained to fear the unknown, and to cut it out of our lives. We need to know how…

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Systems Social Impact + Web3 Economics + Personal Development & Spirituality. Any questions? Hit me up afrench@designunity.one

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Adam French

Adam French

Systems Social Impact + Web3 Economics + Personal Development & Spirituality. Any questions? Hit me up afrench@designunity.one

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