What begins to happen is bits and pieces of all of these encounters, all of these voices become adaptable for our consideration. Once we are exposed to new ideas, we have the opportunity to either accept or reject this new information in whole or in part.
The real audio in us turns up when we amass a collection of voices throughout our environment. Today, I have audio from my travels to over thirty countries around the world. I have voices from sitting at the feet of my great grandmother. I have voices from meeting two Presidents of the United States. I have voices from the local baker and my neighbor whose husband's family comes from Cuba. I hear voices that have helped shape my consciousness, my passions, my very identity. My voices have saved the day at sketchy moments and sometimes in awkward moments. My voices have helped build my confidence, my ability to stretch my mind, my talents.
Hearing voices has it advantages. Hear your voices. Turn up your audio.