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Moments of Creative Joy
People, places, and things weaved in from rich source material in Chris Dunmire's ongoing life- and creativity playshop.
Creative Slush: 19.3% Inspiration, 78.7% Perspiration, 2% Sugar (for the ants).
By Chris Dunmire
Thomas Edison broke a lot of light bulbs trying to figure things out. But he didn't have the Internet, either. Can you imagine what he'd invent today if he could Google stuff? What he'd teach others as an anonymous Wikipedia editor? How much he might collaborate with open minds all over the world through LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook?
We live in exciting times. Our information age with its digital archiving, social networking, and crowd sourcing has brought humans together in the most unprecedented way history has ever known. Ironically, on some levels, we are more united and divided than ever.
Evolution and conscious awakening are present as ever. Take a step back and just observe. It's like we are single streams of consciousness coming together, flowing into a widening river of expansiveness, and emptying into an ocean of grand possibilities. Where will we be in 5, 10, 50, 100 years?
Musings & inner dialogue. Thoughts on creativity. Where inspiration meets perspiration. The keys to creativity. Unlearning. Relearning. Adaptive execution. Comic relief. Brainstorming. Play. Humor. All these and more is what my Creative Slush site-blog is about. It's my online adventure. A virtual workshop of imagination unleashing endless energy — climaxing into a celebration of masterpieces and messes. It's a reflection of how just one human relates to the world through her vision, experiences, and evolution.
Get inspired. Be creative. (And please, don't step on the ants!)
Chris Dunmire Published in Northwest Quarterly Magazine Awe-Manac Groundhog Day Interview Four Bonus Games You Can Play in Badonsky's Manual My Quirky Q & A with Author Jill Badonsky Thanked in The Muse is In: An Owner's Manual to Your Creativity Where Did the Sock Monkey Come from? A Tribute to 'How to Draw' Author & Artist Joy Sikorski Natalie Goldberg's Inspiring Gifts: Of Words; of Wisdom A Thimble Full of Understanding in an Ocean of Everything Why I Love April Fool's Day My Font Affair with Paul Cézanne Seeds of Creativity: What Becomes of Our Creative Influence? Free Printable Mandala Meditations eBook
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