Are you afraid of the dark? What creativity lurks in the shadows?
Dickinson, Emily. "We Grow Accustomed to the Dark." The Poems of Emily Dickinson, edited by Thomas H. Johnson, Harvard University Press, 1998, p. 325.
Jacobs, Tom. “Dim Lighting Sparks Creativity.” Pacific Standard. Jun. 14, 2017. https://psmag.com/economics/dim-lighting-sparks-creativity-60437. Apr. 26, 2019.
Time to play Adventure Kids.
Solnit, Rebecca. A Field Guide to Getting Lost. Penguin Books, 2005.
Reconnect with nature.
Neruda, Pablo. 100 Love Sonnets. University of Texas Press, 1959.
The art of origami.
Bringing back the wake up call as a new way to start your day.
Boredom or passion? You choose.
Consider the meaning of your name and develop an alter ego.
Just one line.
What would it take to set it free?
Linklater, Kristin. Freeing the Natural Voice. Drama Publishers, 1976.
Your strategy for engaging with others.
Cohen, Brett. Stuff Every Man Should Know. Quirk Books, 2009.
How your own light stops you.
Pressfield. Steven. The War of Art: Breakthrough the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles. Black Irish Entertainment, 2002.
There is freedom in quiet.
Rumi, The Essential Rumi. Translated by Coleman Barks. HarperCollins, 2004.
Create your own bible.
The delight of humor.
Accepting that all things change is freedom.
Memories aren’t what you think.
Don’t get hung up on your preferences, if you prefer to be happy.
Ask yourself some tough questions.
As kids, we made up our own rules. You still can.