I see creativity as the most powerful thing we own by using our imaginations to help on future realities. James Cameron gives good examples on helping to motivate ideas for the broad audiences world-wide.
Judi: Loved this clip! AND tears just spontaneously welled up when I saw the tree again! There was more power in this movie for me than I remembered.
Thank you for the reminder
Zennie: Yes Kathy, I agree especially now, when so many people want things to stay the way they have always been. To not create and innovate now could actually end up being a matter of life or death. The polarization and duality of the creative and non-creative really highlights the importance of creativity in my view.
Certainly though, this underlying essence that I feel lives in all of us wants to create and finds joy in it. It seems built in or inherent to the transient nature of life.
If feeling creative is joy, I imagine I imagine the divine experiencing pure joy through you!!!
I know I sure do!
Nahnni: Indeed, our power to create :) !
Laurie: Fantastic clip Kathy – THANK YOU for sharing it with us!
Jodi: I loved this TED talk.
I so agree with you. :) Thanks, Kathy!
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