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Lev Shelo - I'm Still Here [Official Music Video]

In 2005, Beau Listi, son of lead singer, Corry Bell, was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 20. Over the next 11 years he struggled with this insidious, debilitating disease, suffering loss of job, home, school, friends and health, but most of all, his dignity - his \"humanness\". Occasional drug and alcohol use provided some relief from the symptoms of the illness and the side-effects of the medications, but this self-abuse always lead to more problems, including incarceration, health issues and further isolation from society. He often felt alone and in despair. But one thing that was a constant in Beau\'s life was his faith, even when it was as small as a mustard seed.

In the spring of 2015, Mark Keller, guitarist and writer for Lev Shelo, handed Corry a tune he wrote and right away she knew this was a song for her son. Unfortunately, the lyrics proved to be more of a challenge than she had anticipated and it wasn\'t until the following spring that the inspiration would come - at a time when Beau finally finished his 18 month program at Behavioral Health and transitioned into more independent living. It was during this time, Beau also renewed his faith in God through the messiah, Yeshua (Jesus), and finally \"owned\" that faith; not the faith of his parents, not the faith that he grew up with as a child - but his own walk with the King of the universe - the One who made him, the One who loved him and understood him better than anyone and even the One who allowed him to suffer the devastating effects of schizophrenia. The One who always knew that in spite of his occasional disheveled appearance and odd behavior, He knew Beau was still there somewhere underneath it all. He knew the real Beau, the one who was smart and funny, sweet and compassionate, and had great dreams and aspirations like everyone else.

Sadly, on June 16, 2016, God called Beau home in his sleep from a pulmonary thromboembolism (a blood clot in the lung) at the age of 31, just weeks before the release of his song, \"I\'m Still Here\" on their new CD, \"Dry Ground\". It is the hope of Lev Shelo that this song will touch many lives and bring hope - for those who suffer from mental illness and other emotional distress - bringing more understanding, compassion and sympathy to their situation, and support for those who care for their loved ones who are suffering.

At the end of the video, resources are provided for those in need. May God heal your mind and heart through Beau\'s story and the love of God.
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