‘All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.’
Believe it or not, we are all born creative. You, me, your neighbours, even your boss was born that way. Children are the most imaginative and intuitive creatures on earth: using their fantasy is just as natural for them as breathing. That’s how a desk becomes a floating fortress, a broom a laser sword, and the family-cat a saber-toothed tiger that can easily turn into a robot-dragon.
If this is how we all start off the question arises: where and when does creativity fade from our lives? Why do most people find their daily life dull and colourless? What happens to enthusiasm, spontaneity and the joy of creating things?
Yes, all these things vanish for most of…
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