Love Letters A Universal Sound
As founder and a survivor of chilhood neglect, it is now our mission to provide a short consistent on line discussion platform to let all survivors know that they are not alone. We at LLAUS is here to help.
Proceeds from our music sales will be used to support this mission .
LLAUS a 501(c) (3) Non-Profit Organization
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”
Founder: Debora Washington
"Love Letters A Universal Sound" began in 2000 with After School Tutoring and Summer Music Enrichment Programs for youth ages six to fifteen, programs funded by the City of Little Rock Community Programs in Arkansas.
Our desire to continue to write and produce inspirational & motivational songs has helped us and many others to over come the negative experiences life can bring.
We know you can grow up to be rich, famous, and financially free and still remember what happen to you as a child even thou it's not your fault it still bothers you.
We are here to help. Let's come together in a christain way. Follow us: Love Letters A Universal Sound podcast to learn more..
501(c)3 non-profit organzation.
At the age of 7 years old
I watched, helplessly as my 5 year old sister Sharilyn burned alive in our home.
My mother was pregnant and suffered from mental illness.
When my sister Adriene was five weeks old I watched my mother walk out the door, leaving the five of us alone.
I cried and searched for my mother for over 7 years. When I found her I was 15 years old and 9 months pregnant. Six weeks after reuniting with my mother she committed suicide. I was 16 years and 35 days old.
To use orginal inspirational-motivational music as the guide for positive empowerment.
To openly inform people about the various struggles in life, giving the means to honestly embrace their lives with integrity and peace of mind.
LLAUS understands that youth are the treasure of the future, although some of life circumstances have falsely led us to believe they are not. So we design all of our products and services to promote positive self-discovery, work ethic, empowerment, self-awareness, self-discipline, self-respect, kindness, consideration of others, and healing. Although these unique life circumstances falsely make the youth believe they are not worthy of love, support, or respect, LLAUS counteracts that false narrative by exposing them to an environment filled with love, understanding, and support.
We believe when a person struggles with low-esteem, lack of self-discipline, and lack of work ethic, the world becomes a place full of more problems than solutions. This is because the world now lacks people in it who can cope with challenges, critically think, and actively work to solve both individual problems and societal problems at large. Solving problems creates opportunities for advancement and improvement for all of mankind.
When our youth struggles with emotional instability, abusive relationships, drug abuse, and criminal activity, the world becomes a place where there is a lack of loyalty, social trust, personal accountability, and societal integrity. The integrity of relationships erodes and shows up as broken families, toxic friendships, and corrupt motives among colleagues in the workplace. This is not the world our youth deserves.
LLAUS knows that every individual who truly cares about themselves have the power to positively change the direction of their future and change the world in which they live since they will be the ones to shape it. By listening to the needs of people and investing our time and resources in their well-being, we can cultivate their potential. The consistency of love can give them a peace of mind and spirit and lead them on a journey of self-discovery in which they can uncover their talents, strengths, and unique place in the world. This powerful journey of positive self-discovery allows them to identify themselves as the beings that God intended them to be. It empowers them to live out their purpose as God would have it.
Some people talk about the birds and the bees. Some talk about life, and how things used to be. But I want to talk about God, between you and me. So don't be afraid, God is everywhere. Some people talk about the wind and how it blows.. some talk about the rain and the snow and some people talk about the bad.. and where they will go.. but only God knows.. Cause He's Everywhere.
Tommy, come here!
I heard about the guys you're hanging with now, and, I know they’re selling. Can we talk? What do you mean you don’t have time to talk to me? Well then, will you listen to your warning signs, there in your mind you know telling you.. Don't go-- don't go-- over there.
The ones, the ones, blessed be, the ones... Won’t you, say it again … Oooo. Blessed be, blessed be, the ones….God has a love letter written for you. A fascinating book impregnanted (with truth,) oh yeah.. God's letter, many love letters, written, waiting, for you. Won't you say it again Oooo. It's written!