How do you find your own spot of grace? Cancer survivor Dawna Markova was given six months to live over thirty years ago, and today she inspires us with her stories and the stories of countless others who share their unique gifts with us. Inspirational speaker and writer, she is internationally known for her groundbreaking work in helping people learn with passion and live on purpose. As one of the editors of the Random Acts of Kindness series, she helped launch a national movement to help counter America’s crisis of violence. She is the champion of the part of ourselves that we often forget. She is the torchbearer that lights the small cauldron of hope in each of us. You don’t have to discover penicillin, feed the poor in the streets of Calcutta, or be the first person to swim to Antarctica to make a remarkable difference in the world!