‘East is east and west is west – and an elephant never forgets. Boulder’s rules …’
Dr. Jarrett Lobley didn’t forget what he saw as he travelled the world. The things we in Canada take for granted were not part of the equation yet people were happier in places.
Returning years later to the same locals and villages , Lobley noticed a difference in people’s behavior. Happiness was replaced with want and need.
What caused it ? What made people turn to drugs and alcohol to mark their pain? Their malcontent ?
Please listen below to part three of my chat with the good doctor to find out !
Not everyday someone comes along who cares …
It’s also rare when that person is in a position to do something about it.
When that person continues to do more and more for humanity – that’s when the word ‘ martyr ‘ comes into play.
Is Dr. Jarrett Lobley a martyr? He is well on his way …
Please listen below as Jarrett explains his role as a physician, a humanitarian and a musician within the Jarrett Lobley Project. A group consisting of two Juno Award winners … Ryan Battistuzzi (Juno Winner 2012 for Malajube) and Tim Doyle (Juno Award Winner 2008 for Mikey Dangerous, Sizzla, The Planet Smashers)
Ladies and gentlemen – “Better Days” are ahead!
100 % of album sales go to both charities!
Jarrett Lobley asked a lot of questions as a kid …
So much so – his Father limited them to a list of fifty a day to keep his son’s thirst quenched and his own sanity intact.
Those questions paid off. Following stints as a homeless guy, talking with the homeless and travelling the globe in search of truth, Jarrett eventually settled down and became a doctor.
Despite his practice, Jarrett also works with addicts to enable their hopeful return to society.
Please listen to these crucial tales of helping people and later – in part two; Jarrett’s music and the process of creating disc number two …