ProLife Music: Too Much is Too Sad
There’s a reason why this article’s talks about prolife music being too sad. It’s because the vast majority of it is. Pretty simple right? And I include my own songs in this category. I’ve written some uplifting pro life music, but most of my songs for the pro life movement and the personhood movement have been somber, dark, and serious. Again, there’s nothing wrong with that. But I decided, a few years back to change.
I started looking for ways to talk about the most serious issue facing our nation and the world with a joyful voice. In celebration of life, and how it begins in a belly I’m sharing a short video I made for a song called “The Belly Song”. It’s part of my music for kids but you might get a kick out of it, too. And it’s the perfect kind of uplifting prolife music I’m talking about. Enjoy and Love Life! (disregard the website address in the video…it’s an old site I don’t have anymore)
Yep, I decided to make my prolife music a voice of optimism.
Because life is awesome! I dearly love that I’m alive. Don’t you? I get to think, live, laugh, and love. And I believe it’s every person’s right to have those same gifts. Every person! And every person started somewhere. It wasn’t in a hospital. Every person starts life in a mother’s womb. That’s one of the easiest things in the world to prove. Where things get confusing (for those who are easily confused) is how soon can we say a person is a person in the womb. Personally, I have no problem saying a person is a person from their very beginning…
And…even if…you can’t say…for sure…WHEN that beginning is…you know without a doubt…WHERE that beginning is. All it took for me to exist outside my mother’s womb was for everyone to leave me alone inside my mother’s womb and let me get from point A to point B. Simplest biology lesson there is. Any questions?
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