"The attack on our dreams are to make us bold giant killers."
by Ed Norwood
Be a Giant Killer
In his book, Be A Giant Killer, Ed examines his family’s loss in the Jonestown tragedy to illustrate how bad family history, leadership, and shame can be fatal to our dreams and relationships. He exposes the giants—things related to us—that silence the little boy or girl inside us from speaking. Things rooted in not just bad family history, but bad habits. He writes: “Every giant we don’t defeat grows into the next generation. The things left unresolved from our past or childhood (the hurts, shame, fear, anger, rejection, etc.) can be carried into our adult relationships and passed to our children and those we lead.”
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