All creators are not born equal and they certainly don’t think or work equal. In those differences lie the keys to true creativity, because what they don’t tell you in the cool places where they promise to sell you your new “creative” lifestyle, is that true creativity involves a lot of thinking and working.
I received an interesting comment recently, on my post about cynicism in the environmental movement. Not just a comment but also a question about learning and facing situations where we are forced to learn against our beliefs. Like all good questions it was simply not possible to dismiss it with a short answer in the […]
Remember when you were little and your parents had guests over? At some point the conversation would inevitably turn to you and your astonishing talents. Maybe you were a great piano player, or a master reciter of Little Bo Beep, or your sneeze was funnier than anyone else’s on your street. Whatever your alleged talent, […]
Libraries and bookshops might be great places to meet people, but I fear sexual equality is in peril in these houses of intellect and tripe. I was at the biggest mall in the world yesterday, and in it is one of the largest bookshops I’ve had the pleasure of losing myself in, Kinokuniya. Yesterday was […]
Indians are festival gluttons. That’s not to imply that we all eat too much during festivals (only most of us do, not ALL of us), but rather that we have more commonly celebrated festivals than you can shake a large decorated Christmas tree at. Speaking of Christmas, the Indian equivalent in the realm of noise, […]