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Friends, a lot has happened. I am a mother. I mean, full stop. I am a mother. I have birthed a being, since I've last been in your ears in this way and rather than today's podcast being some grandiose, return to your headphones, I really just want to jump straight into it. I was recently asked it was a very curious thing we here in Australia and New Zealand. In our dōTERRA community. We had our digital convention, this is our second year in a row where our biggest event of the year has had to take place, digitally, which sucks, big ones, if I'm honest, we love being around each other we love community we love hugs. And we love the energy that accompanies beautiful beautiful events like this. But alas, I'm not even going to go into it. I was asked to speak, and, you know, 2020 was a year. And I thought I didn't have much to say, but I kind of tuned into it for a second and suddenly a yes emerged, and then the piece that came knocking on my shoulder, emerged, and I performed it. And I would like to share it with you here now.

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