I spoke with Julyan Davis the Asheville painter about "Murder Ballads," his series of works bringing light to Southern tragedies. He shares how his personal experience with family legacy has guided him in his journey from England across America.
In this episode I detail what I've learned from recent conversations with guests. In particular I focus on the relationship of faith and healing and explore the value of the word, "participation." Finally, in a sad note, I take a few moments to reflect on the life of Edgar Mitchell, one of my heroes and inspirations for the podcast. He passed on February 4th, 2016 and will be dearly missed.