Creativity, stillness, and magic (via Psychic Everyday)

Inspiration = happiness!

Creativity, stillness, and magic This is a guest post by Claire Partin The Titan Arum, otherwise known as the corpse flower, blooms every hundred years and grows to be the worldʼs largest blossom, attracting tourists from around the world. It is tall, phallic and smells like hell. I think the lesson here is donʼt let your creative projects wait one hundred years to blossom or else they might stink. But there is another lesson, and that is the magic is there, waiting to happen. I … Read More

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