I discovered Zox by accident the week my mother died. It came across my FB feed, and I decided I liked the little bracelets enough that I was going to order a few. I ordered For My Country, Still I Rise, and My Story Isn't Over to begin with. I wore Still I Rise for my mother's funeral. When I joined the VIP community, I discovered there was a whole world of Zox out there, and I have since added to my collection. I am the director for an organization that helps people in transition. B/c of the nature of the work we do, we sort of fell into working with trafficking victims. This was a "heart moment" for me b/c I am a trafficking survivor. I wasn't sure that I was ready to immerse myself in this world again, but knowing what these folks have come out of, I couldn't turn my back. So here I am. Helping to rescue and restore a group of people who are often invisible. I decided there MUST be a Zox that gives a nod toward anti trafficking, anti slavery, so I started asking around. Several folks turned me onto Unbound, and I started looking for one. One of the VIP members contacted me, telling me she had one she wanted to gift me. It arrived this week, and when I opened the packaging, my breath caught in my chest, and tears rolled down my face. I just looked at it for several moments. The "broken chain" concept spoke to deep places in my soul, and the fact that it was on fire is just beyond perfect. It is something I'll wear regularly, and especially when I speak to educate about domestic trafficking and the work that we do. I would love to see more designs similar to this b/c there is SO MUCH more to the story of trafficking and survival. Thank you for creating images that remind us to be strong, to be kind, and to keep pressing on.