March Art Episode: Childhood
Anything in it was a wonder - Chesterton
[In 2021, I released monthly art episodes to members on my website. I am sharing them again here now.] Welcome to your monthly Kay Clarity art episode, where you get to relax and enjoy songs, poems, beautiful imagery, and commentary--all for the thoughtful conservative. This month, it's a palette of nature, childhood, and the coming spring, which come together in a complementary way.
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In that vein, I'm going to share a little about how our template for a good society going forward has to be one that preserves and fights for the innocence of our littlest ones - the children - and how this, in turn, is what is best for us as well. So much of current ideological takes on the world simply melt away in the face of this consideration. Respect for the natural order easily rises to the surface as well.
I hope you enjoy stepping into the beauty, open-heartedness, innocence, and wild appreciation of the natural world that is native to childhood and is still hidden somewhere within us.
The first song is a song I wrote a few years ago for my little niece so she could have something fun to dance to. It's called "The Little Flower Song."
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