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Bonnie Gordon
The Ballad of Everealm


Bonnie was so inspired by #TheQuest, she wrote a song for Everealm, seen on last night’s episode! 

Listen to the “The Ballad of Everealm” now!

"The Ballad of Everealm"

Written and Performed by:

Bonnie Gordon

Arranged and Featuring: 

Joseph WindowsToSky 

Violin and Cello:

Wicked Warren

Season 2 Opening Theme. Just Sayin.

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Rest in Peace, Robin Williams.
July 21st, 1951 - August 11th, 2014

Thank you for bringing joy into my childhood and life with your voice and acting. Thank you for your contagious jokes, your wacky impersonations, and amazing acting. Thank you for making my childhood experience better, and thank you for bringing joy to those even though you battled with your own joy. If only you could have known how much you’ve impacted people. Your life work will live on, and you will never be forgotten. I know I won’t forget you. Thank you for helping me whenever I felt sad and having a film for every mood. Gone, but never forgotten.

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Our Hearts Are Heavy And Light

I’ve been struggling with depression for years. Sometimes it’s easy to think that the battle is over when you’re happy for a little while. But, for the most part, no one ever sees or thinks of you as a sad person. Like most people with depression, Robin Williams had the spirit of a warrior; whether or not he realized it. When someone’s soul constantly cries out in loneliness and pain, ours are the first to hear it. Our hearts connect and we give, not lend, our strengths to that person. Or people. This is the main reason others will not see us as depression-fighters. We give all of ourselves to those who are in need because we know exactly how excruciating it feels to be in such a low position. We never want to feel that way again, and in turn, we do anything we can to make sure no one we can reach will ever feel it either. We tend to be the light that shines through every darkness because we know how scared the soul gets. So we smile and we laugh and we cheer up everyone around us. We live through them as much as we can. Sometimes that gets us through. And sometimes, even that is not enough. We are the ones you run to for advice, when you’re in a bad mood, when you’re having a bad day.. When you just need someone to listen. We do all we can to fix the hearts of those who reach out. We remove the bandages keeping our fighting spirit standing tall, so theirs can stand taller. Yet, far fewer of us receive any of this “medical attention”. But we don’t quit. Not because we feel we have an important job to do, or people are counting on us; but because we don’t want to sink back into the pain, the worry, the doubt, the fear. So we lift up everyone else. We stay strong to show them that they can too. But no one ever knows how weak we truly feel. We don’t let on that our knees are just about to buckle. That our arms are shaking with the weight. Our breath is getting short and our vision is getting thin. If you knew that.. If you saw that we were not as strong or as powerful as we let you believe, then we know you would fall into that place we desperately and continually crawl out of. We cannot let that happen. We cannot give up the fight. But most importantly, we cannot show our suffering. We cannot show that your burden is now ours. Our will, our soul, will not permit it. It is the way of the warrior. The way of those who hold the light. We who cry with silence, we who take the blows of life at full impact, we who laugh the loudest, and we who smile the brightest. YOU, our friends, our family, it is YOU who keep us alive. It is YOU we fight for. And it is YOU who will be our legacy; long after we are no longer on this Earth. We need YOU. Because YOU are all we have.

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