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A Thousand New Conclusions

January 8, 2014 - Nicholas Terry
As the end of the year closes and a new one approaches, it's a time to reflect. Not just on what has happened over the past year, but what has become of us as a whole over a lifetime. Lofty words, but sometimes it's necessary to slow down in this non stop world, even if it's just for a moment.

Jeff Berman's project Divided Heaven provides me with the hope that the actions I've made with my life haven't been in vain, and that I have a purpose. Regardless of religious beliefs, we all have dreams and goals. We all want to live long, successful, and happy lives among the people we care about. We all get motivation from different places.

Jeff writes acoustic songs of self-doubt, self-empowerment, and the road to get there, He's a humble, genuine human being just trying to figure it out like the rest of us. I recently had the chance to meet him, and affirmed my belief that there are good people still out there in this world. He was warm and welcoming to complete strangers. It's not hard to be nice to people. Your interaction with someone can (whether you want it to or not) make or break someone's day.

Armed with an acoustic guitar and a powerful voice, it leaves the songs exposed for scrutiny. Like in life, what you see is what you get. If you like acoustic pop music, and have an open mind, Divided Heaven's album "A Rival City" is for you. If you listen to it, and can't get enough, fear not, he will have a new album in the spring called "Youngblood".


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