Ten Steps to a More Creative Lifestyle

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Philosophical note:
Keep a positive attitude in any life experience; nothing destroys the creative urge more vehemently than a bad case of negativity. The best action to get away from this influence is to take positive action. Review this Ten-Step program as a refresher course, and reset your world view.
When Thomas Jefferson and others said, "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty," that statement might have been made in a political context, but a creative attitude is more precious and precarious than freedom. In most of the world we are free to accomplish as much as our capability and ability allow. That is an endowment from those who sacrificed their lives and liberty for us; and as free people we stand firmly upon their shoulders. In addition, since creativity is a higher, more advanced state of being, the ability and opportunity to do things of this sort can be lost in the blink of an eye. Treasure it; hoard it like gold itself.
And keep this under your hat. Nothing is really wrong with this world except: nefarious distortions of information, misplaced perceptions and modern civilization's many distractions. Stay true to your goals. Sometimes circumstances tend to pull one down toward defeat, but pulling yourself out of this sort of dive takes courage and strength. But give your spirit plenty of power and pull up on your wheel of experience. After that trauma is over the horizon of success will come into view, and then you can fly free; far above the commonplace.
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Ron Lyons

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