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During a dark time in my life some years ago, my therapist was trying to help me dig out of a hole. Our sessions covered a lot of things that help folks recover from depression. Thing like eating well, exercise, self-care, etc... 

But during one session, he became very animated when he recalled I was a musician. He taught me about how playing music creates the very same brain endorphins that eating well, exercise and self-care do in others. 

"Eric, you've got to play your music," he said. 

Who am I to argue with my therapist?! And from the  moment he said it, I've found it to be true time and time again. 

Music is one of the things that saves me from the abyss. 

I've found that to be true, time and time again. Maybe you're that way too, and so maybe (hopefully) you'll be moved and inspired by the songs here. I'll be humbled and honored to be a part of your journey. 

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Thanks for finding me...and, again, welcome...EF

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I keep hearing folks talk as if the turn of the year solves everything. To me, there is much unfinished business we carry forward with us into 2021. 

I believe we’ll be reckoning with the year 2020 —politically, socially, spiritually, MEDICALLY— for the rest of our lives. 

So, while we go on --and make no mistake, we NEED to-- let’s commit to all of 2020's unfinished business of justice and equity.



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