Creativity and the 21st Century
To be yourself is the very definition of distinction.
For everyday creatives, vision is key to working well. We see in our mind’s eye something that does not yet exist and we must wrestle time and matter until vision emerges as reality. Vision crystalizes when working alone, and is undaunted by the lack of money.
The key to competence, confidence, generosity, and satisfaction is in accepting the challenge of doing the thing given only to you. If you accept the challenge life will hand you, at the right time, what you need to fulfill your mission.
We create the work we love to do
and we don’t call it “work.”
The ability to create is already built into our nature. We often see what we are capable of doing, and commit to what we profess to believe. Our own impulsive words and unconscious responses tell what we are naturally inclined to do well. Living and working wholeheartedly satisfies the natural quest for happiness.
But once we achieve unique skills by working well, we seek answers to what we are and why we are. Reliable, unerring direction is in your heart’s mind and it is revealed in phases over a lifetime.
Life is not a template; it’s fluid and responsive.
The flow of the heart’s mind matches the flow of life and adds to the powers of intellect. Your brain may or may not like the fact that the unconscious is more powerful and effective than your conscious intellect but…
One day, it will hit you: This is good stuff!
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