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you know how couples sometimes place locks on walls and bridges, symbolizing their “love forever”? This on is def. a divorce View Larger

you know how couples sometimes place locks on walls and bridges, symbolizing their “love forever”? This on is def. a divorce


Every time this song totally rips through me. It is hard to imagine a saxophone sounding more profound and more flesh-tearing as this. 

(in a good way, that is)

Hearing it for the first time (yesterday) was incidentally coupled with an obscure mood, a point where most of the important things in life seemed to have come to a halt, a  dead-end, a point of despair. The despair is, as they often are, of a material nature paired with heavy moral choices and risks. All that is necessary at this point is to survive through a few months, balance the cash-flow, work hard, don’t overthink and don’t forget to smile. That I will do.

In these moments it’s easy to feel alone inside (the facade doesn’t count), but when hearing music like this you know that there are more of us, you, I. Thanks to those who can express it much better than I can.

Thank you, Pharoah Sanders!