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"What the artist does is they are able to present their music (or their art) and make evidence of their own existence on the planet, and that is a much higher calling than the economic. To me, that's the most important part, that you leave a legacy of information, whether the times are right for that information or individuals are interested in that information. Someday they will be."
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Avant Jazz Trumpeter, Experimenter, Composer, Leader,…Continue
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Ours is a culture of image. We hear "Image is everything." So we spend our time and money to keep up our appearances.
But beneath the surface, we often find our life messy and dirty. Past mistakes linger after years of hiding them from others. But we press on by revealing only our best image to others.
Despite our baggage, the Bible says we are special. No matter our past failures, we are unique and valued. We…Continue
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Here's my latest post about the importance of Scripture. I hope you enjoy this post:
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I ‘suffer’ [some days more than others] with “idiopathic polyneuropathy’—doctor-speak for “your nerves are damaged, and we have no clue as to why.” This has been ongoing for three years. Something like 80-90% of the pain sensors in my skin are non-functional; some lower percentage of the ‘touch’ sensors; and this arithmetic applies in some fashion to the sensors in my muscles and soft tissues; and to the nerves in my gut.
Much of each day is spent in trying to keep the neurological…Continue
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