Caught Between a Rock and a Creative Mind

The creative individual and their ability to create is often shut down due to the control mechanism of laws, church, education, and society. It hardly matters whether it is bureaucracy, logical thought, religious dogma, or the unspoken rules of our civilization that prevent the creative genius from experiencing the creative flow that they need to innovate. The fact is this is happening, and we are catching our geniuses between a rock and a creative hard spot.

The imaginative mind needs to be able to daydream, it needs to be able to think without limits, and if we continue to tell people how to think, what to think, and where to think it, there is no way they are going to be able to come up with the innovative solutions that will solve the problems that challenge mankind. On one hand we want to teach people how to think, control their minds, and monitor all their activities, yet, on the other hand we so desperately desire the answers to all of our problems.

Not all problems can be solved logically, not all problems were created logically, and if we continue to do the same thing that we’ve always done we will continue to get similar results. If we want a breakthrough, we need these creative minds and geniuses and we must allow them freedom of thought to explore, imagine, and dream.

Sometimes it seems as though we do not want anyone interfering with the status quo and thus, we don’t really want to solve the problems, we just want to defer to the geniuses who tell us we are right to keep going in the direction we are. And when they tell us otherwise, it’s as if we all put them in a circle and start throwing stones at them. That’s no way to treat a creative genius. Please consider all this.

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