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Published on Dec 8, 2014
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Nussey’s secondary passion lies in spirituality and self-discovery. Having battled with depression and acute sensitivities to the world around her, Nussey speaks eloquently about her past and enjoys sharing ideas about what our ideal future will look like from the humanistic side.
Through words, music, and understandings influenced by leaders such as Eckhart Tolle, Wayne Dyer, Nelson Mandela, and Marianne Williamson, Nussey expresses her own point of view on what our spiritual future looks like and shares how we all must prepare for the discomfort of the future and the mourning of our past.
Angie Nussey is an award-winning Canadian recording artist.
Since 1999, she has released six, full-length albums and won over 15 industry awards for songwriting, vocals, and performance. Her most recent album “Still Hope” was released in September 2012 and delivers the warm, yet powerful sides of this compassionate songwriter.
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