Tell us about a deep soul connection you’ve experienced. Many years ago, I was working in the nursery at my church. I was in the room with the babies and pre-toddlers. One little boy, just learning to walk, tumbled and fell, hitting his head on the edge of the table. I scooped him up immediately and began to tell him how special he was, wanting to distract him so he wouldn’t cry. Our eyes met and there was in instant connection. There were no tears or crying on his part. This little angel’s soul and mine met, touched, and all there was in those few moments was pure love. The feeling was beautiful, peaceful, and all encompassing. I can still feel it to this day.

Tell us about when you feel your most soulful. My soul is fed when I am in service to others. It doesn’t matter if it’s through my volunteer work or in everyday life.

Describe one of the most soulful people you’ve ever known. Britni Wilson.  She’s a “new” friend to me but one with an old soul and a heart of gold. Everything she does comes from love. She touches everyone she meets with love and kindness, and she’s always got a smile on her face.  Need a shot of positive perspective? She’s got it! Brit is a beautiful reminder for me of how I want to be. She took pictures of me with my babies… something I have wanted to do for a long time. The picture you see above, I feel, has captured my “soul smile.”

What do you feel your soul’s purpose is? I know without a doubt that my soul’s purpose is to be of service to others and to radiate love to all who cross my path. Nothing makes me happier!