This post is about creativity. Your input is encouraged.
You can make an empty shell [“If a mind expresses without love, it can make an empty shell.”], but you do not make nothing at all. You can wait, delay, paralyze yourself, reduce your creativity almost to nothing, and even induce a real developmental arrest or regression. But you cannot abolish your creativity. (A Course in Miracles: Complete and Annotated Edition, p. 44)
In the comments, you can answer one or more of the following questions and/or write other thoughts about creativity.
- What do you create (e.g., poems, bread, furniture, children, music, laughter, etc.)?
- Why do you create?
- What do you do, or how do you feel, when you cannot create or express yourself?