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Aprahamian, M. (1996). The Life Cycle. Psychoanal. Contemp. Thought, 19(2):285-289.

(1996). Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 19(2):285-289

The Life Cycle

Maia Aprahamian

Based on the Writings of Erik H. Erikson

This work was originally created to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Joan & Erik, on April Fool's Day!

Composer—Maia Aprahamian

San Francisco Chamber Singers

Soprano: Pamela Langston-Cox

Tenor: Michael Petersen

Bass: Tim Gibler

Flute: Ginger von Wening

Violin: Michelie Dulak

Cello: Lyn Fulkerson

Piano: Sue Bohlin

I—“I Am What Hope I Have and Give” (Trust vs. Mistrust)


I am what hope I have and give, A sense of basic trust, A hallowed presence lost to us; Abandoned and betrayed.

Yet childlike strength and faith suffice—to counter hopeless states.

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