Purpose and resistance are often found in pairs. Kathy Eldon started her life in Iowa’s cornfields at the university best known for their literature program. This education was directly responsible for her journalism career in East Africa. As a mother of two kids and married to an Englishman during the 60’s her journalism career left a footprint in her path that inspired her son to become a photojournalist who had immense success as the writer’s news agency’s youngest professional photojournalist.
While her son Dan was hot on the trail of the an economic decline story when fate struck and a U.N. attack under U.S. control--on a house believed to be keeping a warlord separated a mother from her son forever. What was actually a peace meeting ended with several hundred people wounded and 80 killed. This miscalculation led to the formation of a mob that was in blind rage and it led to the murder of a photojournalist who was trying to bring this story to a critical mass of attention.
This episode covers the journey of a mother determined to get the story of her son out to a wider audience because it became a sense of purpose that could no longer be resisted.
Tune in and Join Roger as he uncovers yet another powerful story of a soul guided by spirit.