For You: A Creative Manifesto

This is something I have been working on for you for a while now. I have been trying to figure out how to get the wording right for what I felt it should say. Then I realized, I had already said all that it needed to say. I had made affirmations and written posts that included the concepts of “A Creative Manifesto.” It could be that it is not a traditional manifesto. And to be honest, I do not care if its a perfect example of a manifesto. This is my creative statement. It can be your creative statement, if you need one to borrow. I am sharing it with you. Why? Because of all the people that deserve a creative manifesto, it is you my dear friends that have stuck with me through this growing blog of mine. Just as I claimed in my dedication that my blog is not perfect, and I am not perfect, this manifesto may not be perfect (for everyone) but it is for me. It can be good enough for you too, if you want it to. So borrow it. Share it. Call others to creativity’s altar with it. We need more people who believe in the wondrous realm of creativity. You have been invited, so do not be afraid to invite others to play as well. My greatest wish for you is to read this and say “Yes!”. “Yes, this is what I want to hear.” In our busy lives we forget how important and precious such a thing as creativity is. It is often balked at, put down or worse dismissed as unnecessary. But you and I know that isn’t true. Creativity is essential to our very lives. It is the gift we are born with and entitled too. So print it out and put it above your desk. Hand it to a friend. Post it to your Facebook page. Share it in whatever form feels right to you and know you are part of an amazing movement to bring creativity out of its corner where it has been hiding, and bringing back into the light. I am so grateful for you. You are why I write. You are the sunshine of my blog and I thank you. Many happy creative adventures to you.                                        a creative manifesto pdf

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