Don’t wait to Create 

Our strongest desire is to create. Knowing we have made an impact on others is very satisfying. All innovation and progress since man began procreating has been born from the desire to create.

We all have great ideas about wonderful things we would love to do, yet remain stuck in a rut rooted in fear. Somehow the possibility that an undertaking may not work out has become the bogeyman of complanceny and conformity. Ray Bradbury told us;

Life is about trying things to see if they workimg_3636

Those that ignore the drive to use their talents to contribute to society compromise their relevance and react with negative consequences.

A major component to a happy successful society is when the fabric of circumstance is a collaborative effort with contributions from all. People owning the environment in which they function is the basis of pride an esteem. Being on the outside drawing the narrative of your life from the creative decision of others renders many irrelevant and becomes the impetus for negative creation.

Desire is the starting point of all achievement. Not a hope, not a wish, but a strong pulsating desire which transcends everything. ~Naploean Hill

It is important that we all respond to the pull of creation and follow our imagination. It is everything. !

THE JOURNEY IS THE DESTINATION.

About positivelyjohn

Philosopher/Poet/Writer/Author Seeker of truth & Meaning
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1 Response to Don’t wait to Create 

  1. And that is why we came.. to be the creator that we are. 🙂

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