Honoring our Pain




To acknowledge in song our pain for the world — the suffering of myriad beings and the destruction of the natural world — engenders a shared experience that breaks us out of denial. It lets us know we are not alone or “crazy” in these feelings, which arise from our caring and connectedness. Allowing them to surface in song is collective healing.




S O N G S   W I T H   L Y R I C S   A N D   R E C O R D I N G S

For the Mothers, by Betsy Rose

Ashes and Smoke, by Linda Allen

River of Tears, by Shasta Martinuk

Sing for the Trees, by Jenni Roditi

May This Be An Opening, by Gretchen Sleicher


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