Monthly Archives: July 2009

Creativity Devotional – Nature and Art

Instead of the usual creativity devotional; I thought I would do something a little different. Today I am including a video filmed at a Merwin Lake in Washington.  My husband and I went for a early morning canoe ride. It … Continue reading

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A Mental Art Exercise – Staying Cool

Portland, Oregon is having a heat wave.  What a surprise for me. I just moved here.  I thought Portland was always cool. Today the temperature is predicted to reach 107 degrees by 5:00 pm.  107 degrees is high for any … Continue reading

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Being Creative Out of Necessity

Sometimes your creativity comes out of necessity. You have a need.  You have limited supplies and access to supplies. You brainstorm trying to find a solution.  Then you make do with what you have. On a camping trip to the … Continue reading

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Creativity Devotional – Perceiving a Somewhat Different World

“If we spoke a different language, we would perceive a somewhat different world.” ~ Ludwig Wittgenstein Thought: What would the world be like if we all spoke the same language?  Would there be peace on Earth?  Would we see the … Continue reading

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Bored? You Can Learn How to Do Anything if You Can Read.

Do you ever get bored? Boredom seems to be a classic problem with students. Kids are so over-stimulated, they don’t know what to do when they have down time. I have heard many students say that they are bored with … Continue reading

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