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  • Writer's pictureJoel Brown

Lystra Omar podcast episode review

This conversation was almost verbatim for me. Listening to Lystra was like listening to a feedback loop that was reverberating in my head and heart. His story is reminiscent of mine in a way that caused me to listen to it while in and out of commuting on the train. Your diminutive style as a conversationalist podcaster mined much needed nuggets out of Lystra's quarry of experience and story. The reality of a questioner on a quest is what primarily struck me. He was free and unfettered in his sharing and it was refreshing to hear. I honour his candour and I hope that he continues to be the outlier that he is.

© zari olawale 2021

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