To Our Readers

I Took Up Woodcarving once. I enjoyed it tremendously. There was great satisfaction in starting with a block of wood—some fine-grained pine or a good piece of basswood—and then watching it become something else. A house wren. A shore bird standing on one leg. A quail with white cheeks. These were all what you might call "primitives." None of them would have won a ribbon in a show or exhibit. But I loved doing it.

This week, in the Sentinel's Cover Story, Beverly Goldsmith explores the question: "Where does creativity come from?" She concludes that "creativity is a spiritual quality" and that "spirituality... is at the heart of all creative activity." She also shows how this creative spirituality is actually inherent in everyone—to be expressed individually.

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