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That was for four days in the life, the day you're born, the new discover why and sound is so powerful that it could either disempower me and my artwork or it could empower me. I chose to be empowered. Maybe these conversations will remind us what's really important and maybe, just maybe, will help us recognize that simple truth that every life, every single life, matters equally and infinitely.