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28. I Was Blind But Now I See Man Ting – the podcast

At the age of 5, William Weeks was diagnosed with Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and was given a six months to live. Nevertheless faith, hope and a burning desire to live have seen him not just endure, but thrive. Today William is a much sought after speaker, musician and trainer who uses his gifts to help other overcome life's giants. On this episode, Jamie and William talk about how that diagnosis changed his life, the struggles he endured and his mission to not be limited by his disability. Read more here: https://mantingpodcast.com/2021/03/30/i-was-blind-but-now-i-see/ https://www.aboutweeks.com/ SOCIALS: YouTube; youtube.com/mantingpodcast Instagram: instagram.com/mantingpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/ManTingPodcast Facebook: facebook.com/groups/mantingpodcast Music (Creative Commons — Attribution and Share Alike): Maria by Fiskayet Sippin by Cospe Friend of Me by Fiskayet Sweet Talk by Tyra Chantey
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