There may only be one place to find solutions to improving our world — creativity.
Creativity is a co-efficient of great love, and both love and creativity are desperately needed if we are going to change some of the dark problems that many people on this planet are facing.
It would be lovely to be a little more optimistic wouldn’t it?
Actually i am incredibly optimistic and I believe whole heartedly that we have both the creativity and the love necessary to change the world inside these mortal jars of clay.
The changes that really make any difference to our world need to happen first inside of us.
If we change our hearts, if we change how we think, if we can creatively remove the blocks and obstacles that exist inside all of us, then the love can flow and our problems will dissipate like the cool wind on Tuesday.
2014 Copyright Seven Sentences – World Needs More Creative People
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The following is a very simple exercise that will show you how to boost your imagination.
Many people grow up thinking that they are not creative and that they have a weak imagination; this is not true, your imagination is more like a wild horse that has never been ridden.
The following is a simple exercise that will help you to harness your imagination, it takes only 5 minutes, do it once a day for seven days and I promise you that you will turbo boost your imagination.
Step away from the computer, grab a pen and paper and go some place quiet.
Now, write and speak out loud whatever images, words, colors, or thoughts that come into your mind.
What do you write?
Anything, everything, nothing, in any order that it comes out, don’t try and make sense of it, just let it tumble out…
2012 Copyright Seven Sentences – Boost Your Imagination
P:S: Destroy your piece of paper and start again tomorrow. I promise you that this works
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Great men and women don’t just drift off into the sunset; they nearly all die covered in shit and blood in some kind of battle.
They found something worth living for, something worth fighting for, why would they stop?
Why would you stop?
Never go back to that secure ledge, there is no life there remember.
As dreamers we nearly all begin with an end in mind, whether it be some gold statue called Oscar, or a prestigious appointment, or a significant award; but that was never the single purpose of our dreams.
The goal is not in the reaching but in the walking, falling, screaming, running, fighting breathing “soul battles” that transform our lives and invigorate our souls everyday.
That our calloused hands would carry a sword for justice, that our lips would breathe with firey love, that we would stamp our feet and the very earth we stand on would tremble with fear; that in our final moment, our dreams would break us open and we would fall one last time, open and alive forever more.