MentorshipRevolution Monthly Question Column 15th Edition!
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Inside the life of becoming a stage performer and actress, Let’s welcome our first guest for 2020 Ajah Harold!
Welcome Ajah to MR’s Monthly Question Column!
You are playing Beneatha Younger in Raisin of the Sun. This sounds exciting and pretty amazing. What has led up to this moment in your life? Is this what you always knew you would do? Share with MR Question Column readers a life lesson that has been reinforced throughout this season of your life.
Ajah Harold: I’m Ajah Harold playing Beneatha Younger in ‘A Raisin in the Sun’.
What led me to this moment in my life was the ability for me to step outside of my comfort zone and to have full faith in what God has in store for me; It was also a matter of me overcoming the fear of being inadequate.