MuteMath and Mae in conversation.
These lines resonated.
"I would hate the feeling of always having to tear down everything I was before in my life."
Reminded me of a line from Man's Search for Meaning, which I'm currently reading, where Frankl writes, "I struck out my whole former life."
More of their conversation:
"For me, it’s as simple as [not being part of] an industry that sells God. And the thing is, there’s nothing wrong with selling music. I mean we’re in the business of making music; I just think we don’t want there to be confusion about why we’re doing what we’re doing. We make music to make a living and to express ourselves but my faith isn’t for sale. I want there to be a difference."
A few others on discernment and formulaicism were good too.