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Susan Harrison | Going On a Journey

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Going On a Journey

by Susan Harrison

Bluesy song, that has a picture book that is available to accompany the song, or the song can stand alone. This song lets the listener put themselve into the song as they travel through their own obstacles of life. Great healing gift.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Going On a Journey
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This song is the music for a picture book project conceived by Susan Harrison in working with young children. The song was illustrated by Conrad Kaufman and is available on Susan's website, www. palamazoo.com The song was inspired by wanting to respect and simplify some of the signs and symptoms of any kind of grief. The intention is for the listener to put themselves into the story as they travel along at their own pace. The hope is that healers will find this a useful tool in their toolbox when communicating with anyone that is grieving. It could be a useful gentle gift to give to anyone that is struggling with life's hurtles, when it is hard to find the right words to say.

"Susan's lyrics are metaphors for the long, challenging and sometimes scary process of grief, yet she has captured the experience in such a way that children of all ages will recognize themselves and notice their own coping style. Going on a Journey is a useful tool for a family, a school or a group; reading the book together inevitably opens up discussion, making room for healing." Julie Waldren, MA LLP, Grief Counselor, Hospice care of Southwest Michigan



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