l u l l a b y
Fairy Tales, lullabies, and nursery rhymes have been part of the human oral tradition since the beginning of time.

These stories meant to relay warnings to youngsters  breach time, country, and culture. Found in all wakes of life - country to county, city to village, rich to poor.  They directly relate to our common humanity,  allowing our ancestors to whisper love and caution into  our very own ears as easily as strangers on the other side of the planet. Our stories are theirs, and theirs ours.  A reminder that we are all indeed connected - to yesterday, to today,  to the future, and most importantly to each other. 

In the retelling of these tales they continue to warn the innocent,  encourage the disenfranchised, and sometimes remind those who are able, that they should offer empathy to those in need.

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