Taking the train is part of our daily routine being downtown. Sometimes we find angels on the train and time slows down to a trickle of sand in an hourglass. Sit back and enjoy these fleeting moments with what we hope aren't fleeting people.
This book has highly influenced me creatively. I really believe that every person was born to be a creative because we were made in the image of God who is the ultimate Creative Being. And if you're not creating in some area of your life then I think you're missing out on joy .
There's a lot of ideaologies in the book that I don't necessarily agree with, but the discussions about creativity challenged me and inspired me. I read it months ago and I still can't stop thinking about it. Creating is a vulnerable, scary act, but it's also exciting and fulfilling and challenging. It stretches you and grows you. It's not about the end result, it's just about creating. There are no rules. It's beautiful and messy and I wouldn't want to spend my days doing anything else.
There's hidden treasures in each of you, and I hope you have the courage to share them. So draw it, sing it, cook it, shape it, make it, create it. You've got what it takes! Just put it out there.