Sunday, November 29, 2009

Courage to Create

Courage to Create

As young children we finger paint with flamboyant abandon or blithely with color outside the lines with our crayons. We spend time alone watching butterflies or gazing at the stars, sensing our deep connection with the world around us. We give ourselves over to awe and wonder, safe in our innocence.  Creativity comes naturally, spontaneously. We express freely in our delight in being. 

But as we grow older, something happens to expel us from this Eden of playful ease. We begin to discover a separation or departure from our natural innocence. Have you returned to your natural innocence?

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