Joseph Chilton Pearce
Jan 7, 2017-- The past century has sprouted a great many theories of how creativity works and what it takes to master it, and yet its innermost nature remains so nebulous and elusive that the call of creative work may be as difficult to hear as it is to answer. What to listen for and how to tune the listening ear is what the trailblazing physicist David Bohm explores in his essay in On Creativity, concluding that in both science and art, the quest is harmony: "a certain oneness and totality, or wholeness, constituting a kind of harmony that is felt to be beautiful." (11149 reads)
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For small creatures such as we the vastness is bearable only through love.
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