"Every creative act involves. . . a new innocence of perception, liberated from the cataract of accepted belief."
Hungarian Novelist and Writer
1905 - 1983
Creativity involves breaking down old ways of seeing and believing and discovering new perceptions and ways of understanding the world. Creativity must first be a destructive force as it destroys the old patterns and beliefs. We must tear down before we can build. Then destruction gives way to rebirth and renewal and the generation of innocence and hope. This is the paradox of creative energy: Death and Rebirth. Destruction and Rebuilding. Cynicism and Innocence. Doubt and Faith.
Are you looking at the world in new ways? Have you discovered new ways of thinking about your art? Have you liberated yourself from the prison of the past? Have you found hope in what you are creating? Have you opened the door to the future?