Abductive Columns

Thursday, September 15, 2005


Every person is born with creativity and imagination. It’s unfortunately that by the age of twelve most lose their penchant to stretch for the ostensibly impossible. In a short twelve years the world slams it out of us. Teachers and parents tell us what comes from our imagination isn’t true; it’s only…“imaginary.”

Creativity can only be sustained by accepting that you’re not safe; by letting go of control. It’s a matter of seeing everything—even when you want to shut your eyes.


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