Innocence and Imagination

Last Monday on The Philosopher’s Table we talked about the power of childhood innocence and imagination. Two quotes that summarize the meaning behind that topic comes from my favourite book called Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.

Voice mon secret. Il est très simple. On ne voit bien qu’avec le coeur. L’essential est invisible pour les yeux.

Les enfants seuls savent ce qu’ils cherchent…Ils perdent du temps pour une poupée de chiffons, et elle devient très important, et si on la leur enlève, ils pleurent…

Those two quotes are important because it shows how caring children are. They see the world through their hearts and by that they see a world that is beautiful and filled with home. They latch on to a small and simple thing like a doll and they love it with every part of their body. I find that is something us adults should do on a regular basis because the world is beautiful and if we put as much love and care like children do we can change the way we see and do things in our lives.

If you missed the show here is the set list.

  1. The First Time – Donovan Woods
  2. By The Way – Scott Orr
  3. Rose Tint – Lulu & The Lampshades
  4. The Spark – Joshua Hyslop
  5. The Young Ones Slept – Great Bloomers
  6. Something More – Great Bloomers
  7. Surfs Up – Brave Shores
  8. Don’t Think – Hollerado
  9. Dreamer’s Song – Dinosaur Bones
  10. Smile Meditation – Vulfpeck. 

Here is the link to listen to the episode

 

I want to know what you guys think about Monday’s episode. Leave a comment in the comment section below.

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