the moon is bright tonight from the close sun
“You have to learn to look around” is the message in this first celebration of the sun and the energy she offers us. The photo is a swamp milkweed sharing nectar with a friend.
At the end, at about 28 minutes, everything gets quiet and you can hear the active birds in the background.
This rambling song.land ventures through the topic of making your life your own. You are responsible for how your life goes, as I am mine. It ends with a story where a banker’s life is changed by the article a freelance author sacrificed so much to write.
Today’s short-and-sweet song.land speaks of growing together, of tender love, of life. The “you” in tonight’s music goes out to mother nature.
“Ooh-ooh-ooh, we are one
And we find it all, find it all
Find it in your eyes
“I came back down deleterious and so afraid
Into arms warm for embrace
A thousand miles would not be oh so far
If it’s all I’d have to do: to walk there to be with you”
Tear into another hike through musical forests in today’s song dot land. Jesse sings about what’s important in life: our ethic, our integration, our fight, our love. Enjoy, and kick shame (your worthlessness) in the ass.
This somber episode of the song.land journey through improvisational music focuses on the ever-evolving coronavirus pandemic.
Sit back, enjoy, escape—and consider how you can take responsibility for what you have control over and make it your own, and hold everything else with a light touch.
Song.land takes us through the meadow and woods of the song.lands, looking for motivation and purpose in the midst of chords and life’s pain and joy.
All of life, such a mystery. Join Jesse and song.land in the adventure of taking the first step into a new mystery, not the one you used to know when you heard the stories.
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.