The Art of Divine Living and Strengthening Family Solidarity | Jacqueline Claire | Ep 31

Jacqueline Claire concerns herself with the moral downfall of society while creating a homestead for her growing family. She is a painter, illustrator, storyteller, and a good friend of the show’s host, Sienna Mae Heath. During part 2 of the interview, Jacqueline and Sienna deepen on writings from the Baha’i Faith about liberty, the movement of the Left, and the weakening of family solidarity.

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Sienna Mae Heath

Sienna Mae Heath is a growth writer. Sienna is the star and writer of the short documentary Real Unity produced by Free the People and screened at the Anthem Film Festival (FreedomFest) 2021. She now hosts Leaving the Left for Liberty on Free the People where she interviews whistleblowers, dissidents, and other alternative voices in the Western World. Empowering empaths through flowing truth in timely essays and poignant poetry, her most recent pieces have been featured on The Kim Iversen Show, The Equiano Project, Braver Angels Media, Medium’s Society, History, and Race pages, and The Independent’s “Conversations.” Locally in the Lehigh Valley, PA, she is known for cocreating a more beautiful world as The Sovereign Gardener and for developing The Hero’s Journey worksheet to guide survivors of abuse in telling their stories of liberation. Follow her on Substack, Medium, Instagram, and Twitter.

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  • Liberty must come from a sense of uncontrolled-ness. We feel free to do and think(, and say pretty much of the time). How do we know when we should stifle ourselves? We can fear the result of our own personal action, whether by speech or physical action.
    Dignity must come from a recognition of other humans as: like-unto ourselves, recognizing a ‘sentient’ life-form. We may wish to protect the beings of ‘value.’

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