Creative Freedom, It’s Yours

Once you reach a place of creative freedom, your writing life becomes your responsibility. You must learn when enough is enough and when not enough is not enough. You must narrow down your own projects and expand your own ideas. What’s great about creative freedom is that it’s all yours. It’s all yours with noContinue reading “Creative Freedom, It’s Yours”

Inspiration for the Mind, Body, and Soul

That’s what I want. Inspiration for the mind, body, and soul sounds nice to me. It has a ring to it that invites me to be creative in a way that satisfies on multiple levels. When we are connected to our creations, we can feel the creative freedom filling our mind, body, and souls. ItContinue reading “Inspiration for the Mind, Body, and Soul”

Three Freedoms

The Three Freedoms you need to take advantage of to experience ultimate creative freedom are Freedom to grow, Freedom to be heard, and Freedom to listen. Let’s start here. What is Creative Freedom? Creative freedom is having the freedom to create without limitations. Before we dive in, I wanted to explain that this post is gearedContinue reading “Three Freedoms”

Meditation and Writing

Meditation is important when it comes to every aspect of this writing process. From before conception and getting it out on paper, to the stage of completion. Starting any work of art with meditation helps with making a smoother transition. It’s kinda like the oil. Creates less friction during the creative process. Some artists findContinue reading “Meditation and Writing”

“Artistic Freedom is Not a Luxury”

“Artistic freedom is not a luxury. But the rights of artists are under threat worldwide. These include freedom of creation, freedom of movement, freedom of association, right to protection of economic and social rights, right to participate in cultural life. The UNESCO 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural ExpressionsContinue reading ““Artistic Freedom is Not a Luxury””

Turn on the Light

While washing the dishes today, I was straining to see if the dishes were clean. Finally after squinting through a couple rinses my daughter came in the kitchen to make herself a snack while telling me about her day. When I looked at her to listen to what she had to say, that’s when IContinue reading “Turn on the Light”

Free Should the Scholar Be

In self-trust all the virtues are comprehended. Free should the scholar be,—free and brave. Free even to the definition of freedom, “without any hindrance that does not arise out of his own constitution.” The American Scholar lecture by Ralph Waldo Emerson https://www.gutenberg.org/files/16643/16643-h/16643-h.htm#THE_AMERICAN_SCHOLAR When I do projects I usually like to divide them up into differentContinue reading “Free Should the Scholar Be”