Great Ideas

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Where do great ideas
come from? Does our
minds create them from
chemical reactions
in our brains, or is
there a Source from which
all creativity flows?
Why are some people able
to bring forth exceptional
art, music, ideas, while
others seem to plod
through the mundane?

Creativity is a beautiful
gift we are given. It
expands as we use it, as
we open to new possibilities,
allow this flow to fill
us and manifest through
us. It is triggered by desire,
intention, longing that seeks
fulfillment. It can come forth
in most arenas of our lives
if we are open to its call.

Listen to its call in your life.
Consider how you would enjoy
it manifesting, then pursue
it with the joy you were
meant to have in its expression
in your life.

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10 Responses to Great Ideas

  1. Debb Stanton says:

    Pat, this is such a good piece! Love it.

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  2. georgeforfun says:

    Reblogged this on georgeforfun and commented:
    “is there a Source from which all creativity flows?”

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  3. notmhs says:

    great poem.I often wonder what the source of creativity is in a certain person. Have some people just not found it yet?
    hirley

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  4. Ro says:

    Eloquently portrayed as always, Pat!
    Pleasure to have read this. 🙂

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  5. I liken creativity to a reservoir of pure water deep underground. I think by spending time in quiet contemplation, observing the natural world and everyone in it we can bore down into this reservoir and release a new spring of creativity x

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  6. Hikari Yori says:

    Pat, thanks 🙂

    Hikari Yori

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