Last night The Tenors enjoyed time with both TreeHouse teens and TreeHouse supporters. During the time with the teens they shared some stories, took some questions, and listened to teens. They also offered two suggestions.
“Listen…compassionately to others;” it’s what helps the band to overcome the tensions that arise spending 300 days a year together on the road.
Their second piece of advice echoed their own story of rising from obscurity in Canada to become international favorites: “Find something you’re passionate about and put your heart into it (even when others doubt you).”
Note: Though it’s a sub-standard cell phone recording the following will hopefully encourage you to buy a copy of the song for yourself. 1 “
Where there is hatred, let me bring love Where there is doubt, let me bring faith
Where there is falsehood, let me bring truth Where there is pain, I’ll comfort you
Where there is silence, let me sing praise Where there’s despair, let me bring hope
Where there is blindness, let me bring sight Where there is darkness, let me bring light
And with these words I speak Grant that I may not seek
To be heard but to hear To be consoled but to console, Not to be seen, but to see To be loved but to love
For when we give love we will receive
When we forgive love, we’ll find reprieve It is in dying we’ll be released Make me an instrument of peace
“I want to be #LeavingALegacy of peace,” is #mysilentscream!
1 – Note: mysilentscream.com does not own any rights to this song, nor is any copyright infringement intended. This song belongs to the respective owners. At their request (or the request of any reader it will be removed). This recording is intended as a unique example of The Tenors unique talent. The song is available many places including on Amazon.com and iTunes.