THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Sara Im is now available! Sara has navigated some of the most dangerous situations on earth and is a SURVIVOR. She is an author, podcaster, public speaker and an overall inspiration. Her book, How I Survived the Killing Fields: A Story of Hope, Love, and Determinationis an inspirational book where she walks us through the darkest days of her life. Her book can be found at www.SaraIm.com/book
During this episode, Sara explains what it means to be spiritually resilient. Originally from Cambodia, Sara lived through the genocide of friends, family and countrymen led by the Khmer Rouge during the late 1970s. This period saw the slaughter and death of over 4 million Cambodians. She was ripped away from her family and forced to live and work as a slave in the rice fields and forced labor camps. Starved, depressed and exposed to the utter hell, Sara discusses how she was prepared to survive.
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