It was a beautiful spring evening in Los Angeles, and I was standing on the steps of the iconic Angel Island museum, listening to some of the most beautiful music ever recorded.
It was all a blur of instruments and singers, the music was coming from a sea of pink, red, and blue balloons.
The first song I heard was a cover of the Rolling Stones classic “The Way I Am” by The Clash, and it made me cry.
The chorus, “You don’t know me / But you know that I’m a better person than you”, was the most heartbreaking moment of my entire day.
It was the first time I’d ever felt like I was part of something that mattered.
I was finally doing something that I loved, and felt a sense of connection with.
I was singing this song, I was on stage, and everyone around me knew it was me.
But I couldn’t understand how they were able to hear me sing it without my permission.
The fact that it wasn’t my own, I couldn.
I didn’t even want to know.
I could barely remember what it was, or how I was able to sing it.
That night, I learned that it’s OK to be unsure of your own worth.
My biggest lesson from that day came from a song called “The Power of Positive Thinking”.
In it, the band members write about how “I was always positive.
I never questioned myself, I always believed I could do better than anyone else”.
I’ve always been positive.
When I was growing up, I wasn’t the kind of person who believed in anything, I just did what I was told, and if I didn.
The band members wrote that they “felt like I could be a better Christian if I just gave it a chance”.
I started to feel like I belonged somewhere, and to see the kind people that I was surrounded by, I started to realize that I could actually be happy.
I started reading about how positive people in the world are.
I thought I could make a difference.
It made me think I could change things for the better.
One day, I got a call from a group of friends who were in a band called The Roots.
They were interested in me.
I asked them how they got into the band, and they told me that I am their best friend.
My life changed forever.
I met the band’s singer, Matt Bellamy, and we became a huge, big part of their success.
I met Matt, and he was one of the biggest people in my life.
He was the type of person you’d never meet on a first date, he was funny, he had a great sense of humour, and was a wonderful human being.
I felt a huge amount of joy in the fact that I met him.
He has helped me get to where I am today, and now I’m able to share his amazing song with my friends.
Matt and I met on a bus trip to New York City, and soon after we started dating, he took me to the Staples Center in Los Feliz to perform with his band, The Roots, for the first and only time.
I don’t remember the show, but it was a very special experience.
Our friendship was instant, and by the end of that show, Matt had changed my life in a way I never thought possible.
I’d never been to a live show before, and even though I was excited to play live, I felt as if I was not being given the opportunity to play the kind music that I wanted to hear.
We would spend days on end rehearsing, and after that show at Staples, Matt and I had an emotional conversation.
Matt told me how grateful he was that he could get to know me through music, and how much he appreciated the way I was willing to sacrifice my personal freedom to share this music with the world.
He encouraged me to become a better, happier person.
It wasn’t easy, and my heart felt broken.
But my relationship with Matt and The Roots was a huge turning point for me.
Over the years, I’ve had many opportunities to connect with the people who I love, and Matt has been the person who has always made it possible.
He is a friend that I can count on to be there for me when I’m down, and when I’ve lost a little bit of myself.
This is a true story, and as I write this, I’m hoping to inspire people to be a little more confident and open to life, and a little less afraid of what the world might throw at them.
As a kid, I never felt like a part of anything, and that’s where I came from.
But through faith and my journey to love myself, through being part of other people, and through music that has a real impact on the world, I have found a path to a