Set in Motion

Posted on June 16, 2021

SET IN MOTION

This is how everything changed.

This is how a life was saved.

This is my story.

Trigger warning for a brief mention of past suicidal intention.

Also, bonus content in the last minute.

https://youtu.be/MGMtIuwkXU0

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