Posts in Culture & History
Creativity Can Be The Sacred And Precious Experience Children Need To Live

This week alarm bells were rung in the UK when the government’s education secretary called attention to a growing problem in young children’s intellectual and academic development. Official figures now show that over a quarter (28 percent) of four- and five-year-olds do not meet communication and literacy levels, which for example means they are “unable to communicate in full sentences” by the time they enter primary school.

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Creativity Made This World

Creativity is so misunderstood, and one reason is simply the way the word is used in language. My New Oxford Dictionary of English defines ‘create’ as ‘bring (something) into existence,’ and often creativity is thought of in this general way too. In other words, to create is to produce, and to produce is to create.

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Your Imagination Is Limited – But Here’s A Hack

The imagination gets a great press. As that little-known thinker Albert Einstein put it, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world.” All you have to do, surely, is use it and voila! Creative genius is a short hop away.

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