Song dot land revolves around coronavirus and friendship as we venture into a weird time of non-theistic worship time, to worship the power of relationships in our lives, and the threat this disease presents to all of us.
So move with song dot land. So move through the countryside, looking at cows grazing. So move through encouragement to give your cells a treat, so move.
Jesse faces the fear of the unknown future from COVID-19 as it continues to spread around the world. On this celebration of St. Patrick, find encouragement in knowing this war has raged for billions of years.
I recorded tonight’s episode with no shirt on. I think it’s my favorite way to play: no shoes, no shirt. If you enjoy this, email me!
Walk through the woods of song.land, a soundscape on the idea that generations learn and grow after each other. I lived a better childhood than my mother. Full notes at https://song.land/brown-bunnies
Welcome to song.land, a podcast where the goal is to find joy in life through musical reflection. In tonight’s weird episode, explore screaming your shame into the woods so the trees can turn the carbon dioxide into oxygen. Welcome to song.land. See full notes at https://song.land/screaming-trees
We zoom into the future in tsunami, facing the questions worth asking before the wave washes us away. Reflect and find gratitude in this walk in song.land.
On growing older and having to accept that time marches on. I present to you a song.land reflection on gratitude and the elements that offer further life.
We cover two aspects of love in tonight’s song.land: love as friendship, and love as commitment and attachment. I also mention snow multiple times.
Set off on a fresh year by expressing and listening from your own voice. This is the song.land podcast.