There Is A Better Day

The text of "...Better Day" rings of hope in the midst of struggle.  Some place names have been modified to reflect the current state of trafficking in persons.

I particularly resonated with the line in the song: "we are stolen."  It reminded me of the overwhelming awareness that I'm sure cripples people in those situations.  What is it like - the moment where a person starts to believe that they actually are an object that can be owned, sold, stolen?

Carl Gladstone