What a time to be a Gunner! Arsenal has not only secured their spot in the Champions League Quarter-Finals but also finds themselves proudly at the summit of the Premier League. It's a testament to the hard work, dedication, and skill of our players and coaching staff. L et's keep the momentum going! Make no mistake, we're here to compete! Up the Gunners!
Howzit, hope this finds you well. I've been hard at work experimenting and perfecting every track, and I can't wait for you to hear some of it. Would You Like A Demo is in the works and we promised you guys some music so stay tuned. I want to take a moment to check in on our mental health. Mine hasn't been great lately. Remember the words of 2 Timothy 1:7: "For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind." Stay strong and positive. Ever had a humorous encounter on public transport? Share your funny stories with me!

The Value of Slowing Down

In this world where the relentless pursuit of success and constant connectivity often define our lives, the value of slowing down and embracing suffering may seem counterintuitive. However, these seemingly undesirable aspects of life hold profound lessons that contribute to personal growth, resilience, and a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world around us. Slowing down allows us to appreciate the present moment and fosters mindfulness. In a society that glorifies multitasking and constant productivity, taking a step back can be a radical act of self-care. By slowing down, we become more attuned to our thoughts, emotions, and surroundings, fostering a sense of clarity and inner peace. In this deliberate pace, we gain a heightened awareness of the beauty in simple moments that might otherwise go unnoticed. Suffering, while inherently uncomfortable, is an inevitable part of the human experience. It is through adversity that we learn some of life's most profound lessons. Chal


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A Guide to Confident Living

I'm falling in love with this book written by Dr Norman Vincent Peale. It's simple and powerful. It isn't a book you should race to complete. I don't believe it was written for that purpose. Keep it. Highly recommended. A Guide to Confident Living


Orben and I came together to let you guys know we're not just sat by not doing anything. Click the link below. Enjoy!


 A couple of weeks back, Orben and I were scavenging my backyard for items we could make sounds with. We spent the day using anything we could get our hands on. Finally, I have for you a collection of these sounds and what we created. Included in this pack are the raw recordings and the sounds we created. We hope you like it. The pack is available for $3, BUY MY SOUNDPACK