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After writing this list, you will notice 4 intersecting points:
1. Someone has the same thing as you
2. Someone has the opposite of you
3. Someone has something you didn't know existed
4. Someone has something that you though you knew everything about but gives you a whole new perspective on it. The first step to achieving something is telling yourself you can do it. Kay started by deciding to start practicing spoken word poetry at the age of 14, her first performance her freshman year in high school, about women injustice. After having been told she had inspired one of the students, she knew that was what she wanted to pursue.
she started going to a bar and watching others perform, as well as performing herself as well. "My parents named me Sarah, which is a biblical name. In the original story God told Sarah she could do something impossible and she laughed, because the first Sarah, she didn't know what to do with impossible.
And me? Well, neither do I, but I see the impossible every day. Impossible is trying to connect in this world, trying to hold onto others while things are blowing up around you, knowing that while you're speaking, they aren't just waiting for their turn to talk -- they hear you. They feel exactly what you feel at the same time that you feel it. It's what I strive for every time I open my mouth -- that impossible connection."