"I've given my life to the principle and the ideal of memory, and remembrance." — Elie Wiesel
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This week's episode of Magic Words features a piece of music performed by my self on saxophone and two of the best musician's I've had the good pleasure of performing with: Justin Kumpulanian on bass and Matt Skowyra on drums.
The piece is called Remembrance and I truly believe it's the best music I've ever recorded, and is also probably the best I'll ever record. For me this piece of music is about looking backward to happy times with loved one's who are no longer with us, while simultaneously looking forward with resolve to be a better person because of them—to help keep their memory alive.
How do we do this? I suggest three simple ways:
Think about someone you love. What do you think of when you think of them? What do you tell others about them? And how do you live your life better because of their influence?
Jonas Cain, M.Ed. is a storyteller, magician, musician, and facilitator of fascination on a mission to help you experience abiding joy.