Dan Fox reflects on coming full circle
At 18 years old, one may not anticipate the lasting impact a decision may have, the challenges you may be faced with, or the personal growth you may experience as a result of choosing to pursue your passions.
It is often through perseverance, acceptance, forgiveness, and reflection, that you find gratitude for where you’ve came from, the lessons you’ve learned, and the ability to recognize and appreciate when things have come full circle.
It was athletics that brought Dan Fox to Medicine Hat in the 1970s, leaving his homeland of the Blood Indian Reserve No. 148 for an unknown and outside world.
It was a world in which he stayed for only one year, but it was a year that would forever shape who he is and who he would become.READ MORE
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