When I was a child, I had a vision of myself in the future.
It was a sunny afternoon in Montreal. I was in the back seat of my mom's Ford. I must have been really little because gazing out the window required looking up. We were driving down Montrose, and then it happened.
Just as we passed Westhill, a film began playing in my mind. I saw myself before a crowd of people, but I'm not sure how large it was. I stood before them, but I stood for them, and I yearned for justice. From my mouth came six words, and now that I understand who Martin Luther King Jr. is, I was a little bit like him. "Do we not have the rrright???..." The people knew exactly what I was talking about. There was energy, emotion and urgency.
And then it ended.
Mom and I drove on towards Windermere. Today, I still don't know what I was fighting for. Today, I wonder if what I envisioned was destiny whispering itself into my being and preparing me for my mission. Today, it feels a lot closer to destiny unfolding.
Rosanna is a member of the Canadian Women's Water Polo Team, a singer/songwriter and a communicator. She is passionate about the business of inspiration: through writing, speaking and singing, she loves helping people realize that living their best lives is possible with a bit of hard work. Rosanna also loves to shop organic and vintage. And in the hustle 'n bustle of her crazy life, she does Moksha yoga.