Welcome to another episode of the podcast where you hear the expressions that lead to wholeness, seeking an undivided life. See full notes at https://song.land/split-pea
Salamanders compares fear with nature. When I feel afraid, I want to hide myself, that it can somehow protect me. It won’t, though, and we can look to evolution to answer why: why do bees exist? Why do so many salamanders live in the Smokies? They survived when it was time to change. See full notes at https://song.land/salamanders
Create—what makes you beautiful in times as these? Express yourself. Show notes at https://song.land/create
I started song.land podcast one year ago on October 8, 2018. I share a special episode tonight to commemorate the anniversary occasion.
song.land reveals more of the raw pain of life: bruised bones, broken friendships, and a deep underlying longing for the day when relationships are restored
I don’t have the time to write a description for this episode. That’s how you know it’s a quality episode of improvised guitar tunes.
We venture into another song.land, a meaningless meandering through my verbose thoughts set to improvisational music.
song.land returns for weekly episodes of this silly podcast project. Auto-tune brings the digital to the acoustic.
song.land returns for an epic episode in this hiatus of finding a good place to record. Please enjoy! I know I did in making it.
Shame—what’s the solution to such a universal emotion? This song.land explores the feelings and ideas of shame and its cure, showing up in vulnerability.