“Blow the candle out, I don’t need to see what my thoughts look like.”
― Émile Zola

When you place a compass in your car; you will discover the car has its own magnetic field. It’s not that the compass is not working, it’s just the instrument is being intercepted.

It’s the same way when it comes to accessing creativity. You are constantly having to work against the vortexes of the external world: appearances, standardization, evaluation, egoism, comparison, consumerism, competition, criticism and/or narcissism. In a world quick to offer endless ready-made ideas, products and services, imagination usually falls between the cracks of obtuse, stereotyped practices and habits.

~ vincenzo ©