Jason Vincion
Head brewer at Outlander Brewing and ambient musician.
My music is on Amazon, Apple Music, Bandcamp, Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft Groove, and Spotify.
You can also find me on Ello, Instagram, SoundCloud, Twitter, and YouTube.
Feel free to contact me at mail@jasonvincion.com.

I'm going through a phase where I'm having to detach from a lot of pieces of my life.

I've learned about and dealt with three suicides over the last month – two I knew personally, and one that created music which was a strong part of my teenage years.

I've recently seen the remnants of a feral cat that's been around the neighborhood for eight years, ever since she was a kitten.

I'm still disposing of a lot of old things that were a record of who I was and how I developed into the person I am today.

I'm preparing to leave large parts of my life behind (or at least move them to the periphery) in order to embark upon new opportunities.

I detach myself from these events and these things because carrying the extra weight of them around only burdens me.

I allow myself to feel and expel sadness in regards to what is lost, but once an appropriate amount of time has passed, I leave it behind.

Perhaps it is a mere coping mechanism to deal with the impermanence of everything in life, but doing so gives me the strength to carry on and keep moving forward.

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