The creative life

CREATIVITY—for some of us it could be an intimidating word! Famous names from the arts and the sciences come quickly to mind. Michelangelo. Copernicus. Rembrandt. Beethoven. Einstein. Picasso.

Names like those could make us feel small and insignificant. But creativity can be expressed in so many different ways in our life. The astute businessman or businesswoman who found a useful product and devised an innovative way to market it, is an example of that. The teacher who discovered a better way to convey ideas, and to make his subject alive to his pupils, is also expressing creativity. And on a different level, and perhaps in a deeper way, the young children who see beauty and wonder in everything surrounding them, are teaching us to recognize and cherish a creative approach to life itself.

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