November 10, 2012 | 2:44 pm
Posted by Beit T'shuvah
Kendl Ferencz is one of those indellible personalities that crop up through the process of recovery. Her life today is unrecognizable to the one she was living up until a few years ago. Kendl had been using drugs for years and had even relapsed during her first stay at Beit T'Shuvah. Today she is a Graphic Designer for BTS Communications and an example to the young women everywhere who are willing to take a step toward redemption. We decided to sit down with Kendl and pick her brain a bit to see what has made her story so unique.
What’s your idea of redemption?
Redemption is something hard and personal but coming through it makes you a better person.
What role did Beit T’Shuvah play in your redemption?
They led me to BTS Communications and taught me how to be a functioning human being.
What do you like most about yourself?
My sense of humor.
What quality to you most value in your friends?
What is your favorite occupation?
Who are your heroes (real or fictional)?
What inspires you?
The people around me.
What is your main fault?
I am really quick to judge people.
What is your motto?
Show up no matter what.
What is your present state of mind?
I am in good place in my life.
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