We all share that common hunger to show the world our worth. It’s not about where you come from, where you live, how much money you have, what kind of job you do … it’s a basic deep-down in your soul desire to make your mark on this earth. To prove to yourself, and to others, that your existence means/has meant something. It’s a self-conscious flow, burning through the veins when all the outside distractions fall at our feet. For most, this drive doesn’t come until later in life, when we realize all that other “stuff” didn’t matter at all. For others, however, it starts at the beginning, a life-long journey of acceptance.

Dale Sanders has climbed mountains, crossed rivers, and walked literally thousands of miles to reach that pinnacle.

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