Pure Art Pure art is fragile, stitched together and held by our dreams, joys, and struggles. It is not perfect for life is not perfect and the truest art reflects life as it is - imperfect, messy, yet full of possibility. It is the imperfection that speaks to our imperfect hearts, assuring us that we too are beautiful despite our flaws. The artist knows that the harder perfection is sought after the farther out of reach it becomes. For the artist is human and so should their work - not messy. not sloppy. But real, raw, and pure. Usually, the harder we try to perfect our art the more harsh, cold, and lifeless it becomes. Because pure art invites us to embrace and love ourselves and others as the imperfect characters we are. And that's why we love them. Justin Farley
Hello, everyone! I have recently published my first chapbook of Christian poems titled “A Voice in the Wilderness – A Chapbook of Poems about God”. This has been developed and polished over the past six months or so. I am happy with the final product and hope you find encouragement in the poems but also a validation that the spiritual life is not all sunshine and rainbows. We all struggle. We all have periods of questions and/or doubt. But it is the yearning that keeps us coming back for more and allows us to experience joy.
You can purchase either on Amazon or on my own bookstore (it is cheaper and has free shipping on my store) and is available on the Kindle and in paperback.
Amazon: Kindle Paperback
Inkspiration Books (my bookstore): Paperback
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