Is creativity the easiest hat to wear? A magician’s hat?
A poet has it easy- she writes poems if she is persistent, she publishes in several journals and starts making a name for herself.
A writer writes a story, maybe an e-book that sells like hotcakes. Then he writes a sequel, and then another. His series gets picked up by a producer and now his eureka moment in the bath is a multi-million dollar business.
An artist draws a circle and it turns into a motif known world over.
But whatever is created is made between living and the best work can hardly ever come with success as the final goal. The characters have to talk to you, the melody has to translate from a moment on to the page and the image must come from a heartbeat.
So it can not be the easiest hat to wear. On the contrary.
That’s my 2014 lesson. You can not take this idea of creativity as a permanent sticker that will label your existence. It’s just an indication of the road you should walk on.
You must learn one thing
The world was made to be free in
Give up all worlds
except the one to which you belong.
© neelthemuse, 2014
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