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ROB PROCTOR

"The only limits in our life are those we impose on ourselves."

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High School Reading Teacher & Book Enthusiast. Passionate about reading and sharing knowledge, I aim to inspire others through my notes and reflections on books. Join me on a journey of discovery and enlightenment.

What does it mean to be sovereign? It means reclaiming your inner power and accessing the strength and authenticity that lie within you. It's what helps you stay true to yourself, even in tough times. Being sovereign means living more freely, breaking free from societal expectations, past traumas, and self-imposed limitations. This transformative state helps you live in a way that supports and energizes you, enabling you to reach your full potential.

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