On Conservatism

The Art of Beautification: The Graces of Ordinary Life

By Mitchell Kalpakgian ● The Imaginative Conservative ● 07/11/2018


The beautification of life, the highest “household art” of making people happy and places pretty, also encompasses the adornment of the soul. Because life is more than work, economics, and money, the life of the heart and spirit need constant replenishment…

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