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Wild Love #4 Sara Close: Love, Loss, and the Resiliency of the Human Heart

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Sara Close doing yoga in Colorado; Photograph courtesy Wild Love

“Never once have I felt like I live in a snapshot of a moment. We’re meant to move, we’re meant to dance, and we’re meant to fall over. Humans have some amazing resiliency.”

This is the story of one young woman’s experience with the beauty and passion of one great love, the nightmare of losing it in an instant and finding the power of love to transform. Adventurer and advocate Sara Close gives us a candid glimpse into her life—dancing the in between—telling her story of love, loss and the resiliency of the human heart.