As an Ecuadorian immigrant living in poverty and seeking safety—and later facing rock bottom while confronting substance abuse—poet Diego Perez had a long way to go to find his center. See more...
As an Ecuadorian immigrant living in poverty and seeking safety—and later facing rock bottom while confronting substance abuse—poet Diego Perez had a long way to go to find his center. Now, better known by his pen name, Yung Pueblo, Perez discusses his path to personal awakening and a gentler way of being.
Life’s work is to wake up, to let the things that enter into the circle wake you up rather than put you to sleep. The only way to do this is to open, be curious, and develop some sense of sympathy for everything that comes along, to get to know its nature and let it teach you what it will.
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