Josh Weston is a musician and artist based in Dayton, Ohio. Here, Weston shares the story of how he came to exist on the planet. It wasn’t glamorous, it wasn’t planned, but it’s his story to tell. He shares with us the value of telling stories that make us uncomfortable.
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