This image, provided by Jess Laneave, serves as an example that he (a baby) develop(s) an "aware(ness) of the meaning of what he does. As he grasps the meaning of an act at first performed from sheer internal pressure, he becomes capable of true expression" (Dewey, 1958, p. 62). Emotion, art, and expression all work together. Review John Dewey's "Art As Experience" for further insight.
And after the earthquake a fire, but the Lord was not in the fire; and after the fire a still small voice. 1 Kings 19:12 What does God’s voice sound like? In 1 Kings 19, the Prophet Elijah is afraid for his life and on the run. He prays in verse 4, “I have had enough, Lord, Take my life, for I am no better than my ancestors who have already died.” (ever felt like that?) Then the writer of Kings tells us that an Angel appeared to him... <<CLICK THE IMAGE TO KEEP READING>>