Monday, December 24, 2018

Christmas and Creativity

Christmas stimulates creativity and creativity is nurtured with the Christmas spirit.

Another Christmas day is around the corner. Christmas Eve is peaceful and cheerful, from Santa Claus’ workshop in the North Pole to Dicken's “Chrismas Carol,” Christmas is filled with history, fairy, joy, imagination, and theme. There are millions of pieces of music and songs about Christmas, Christmas brings us hope, warmness, artistic feeling, and conscious awareness. Christmas stimulates creativity and creativity is nurtured with the Christmas spirit.

Christmas is a bridge. We need bridges as the river of time flows past. Today's Christmas should mean creating happy hours for tomorrow and reliving those of yesterday. - Gladys Taber: There are so many excellent pieces of music, literature, and painting about Christmas. A masterpiece of work, either literature, art, science or philosophy., etc is rest on insight. Christmas brings us joy, hope, energy, and even boost our creativity. Keep your mind open and flow, remove the outdated thoughts and instill the new knowledge. In today's volatile economy, hyperconnected and always-on environment, nothing impedes progress more than protective silos which are designed to preserve the status quo only. The geographic or national differences are shrinking and all cultures can be adapted to the more universal way. Christmas is the season to share the insight and wisdom to connect the minds and touch the hearts. The world is still full of puzzles. It needs the “bridge-like” minds to identify the chasms, connect the dots.

Christmas is a season not only of rejoicing but of reflection. Winston Churchill Christmas is the day and season we re-charge our energy, rejuvenate our childhood, re-imagine our dream, re-kindle our passion, and rejoice our spirit. Christmas is the holiday to relax but also recharge, look back the past, and look forward to the future. Self-awareness is to discover, learn and apply the holiday message and life lessons to discover the true spirit of Christmas. Carve out time with some regular cadence to reflect on what, and how you have been doing lately. Knowing who you are, your strength and weakness can help you understand and improve the cognitive, relational and assertive actions you take on a day to day basis. It also allows you to leverage that knowledge to increase the influential outreach for the betterment of others, to reflect the very spirit of Christmas, gives you directional opportunities for personal growth and makes Christmas all year long.

A good conscience is a continual Christmas. - Benjamin Franklin. Christmas is the season to let your mind flow and keep a good conscience.  It’s the time to be aware and engaged with both the inner world of thought, feeling, choice, and the exterior world of experience and relationship. remove negative thoughts, being kind from the bottom of your heart or the top of your mind consistently. Christmas is the season actually you should devote more time to practice creativity. May our mind like the Christmas tree, full of imagination, glowing with creative thoughts and shining with a good conscience. As human beings, consciousness is at the heart of who we are. To be conscious is to be the interaction between these two parts of our existence is the home of our creativity. Be mindful of the ability to choose, and not being bantered about by habitual emotions and reactive thought. Creativity and consciousness are interlinked, as the two strands of the same DNA. No one is in this all the time, but the greatest asset is willingness and sincerity in this great endeavor.

It is the holiday season and it is the Christmas Eve, even though we honor and celebrate the holidays in different ways, there are common threads to make best wishes; peace on earth, human progress, unique insight and the abundance of wisdom.


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