“You can only stay depressed for so long. There’s really no other option than to take what you have and do something with it.”
– Jason Barnes
Finding what we love and maintaining it’s presence in our lives can prove to be a continuously testing battle, so what do we do when it’s threatened? Do we give up on our dreams, or do we adapt?
Jason Barnes is one of those lucky ones who fell into his passion at a young age, but in 2012, all his hope for a career in music was taken away by an electric surge. That’s where Gil Weinberg, a musician and professor from Georgia Tech, came in, and with the help of his students, the possibilities in Jason’s life were wildly expanded. Thanks to The Atlantic, we can take a look into this life-altering innovation…
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