“No One Else Can Play Your Part”

May 26, 2020

“No One Else Can Play Your Part”

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“No One Else Can Play Your Part”

Episode Details

In the fourth and final episode of this year’s Black and White Miniseries, TWLOHA’s Director of Outreach Chad Moses is joined by artist and long-time friend Levi The Poet. Together they explore the last statement of the campaign: “No One Else Can Play Your Part” and talk about how oftentimes they find themselves believing these words for others while struggling to believe it for themselves. Levi also explains how creativity, community, and the idea of resonance helps him to understand this truth.

“I've often tried to communicate to other people that they're not alone while also believing that I am and that somehow that doesn't apply to me. Or I've asked or I've always tried to communicate to other people their inherent worth, without taking the time to be compassionate enough with myself or kind enough to myself or, or learning how to do the hard work that it takes to know how to be compassionate or kind to oneself. Now I feel as though I have taken deliberate steps toward wanting to understand what those statements could mean for me.”

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This episode of the TWLOHA podcast was hosted by Chad Moses and produced by Lindsay Kolsch, with editorial support by Rebecca Ebert. Music assistance was provided by James Likeness and Ben Tichenor.


poetry, mental health, resonance, gratitude, self-love
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