Let Me Ask You A Question – 1/26/17


Let me ask you a question:

What is the most creative thing you have ever done?  

58 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 1/26/17

  1. I presume you mean other than the creative project I unknowingly undertook in the womb. The winner (postpartum) probably was the accidentally begun business making and selling wooden toys back in the late 70s. Alas, it fell victim to the Reagan recession and divorce, but it was fun while it lasted.

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  2. My first career was as an actress. The playwright creates the plot and the words the character speaks but I would create the person. Two of my favorites were Lady MacBeth and Hedda Gabbler. Not the nicest or sanest of people but it was interesting to be them for a period of time.

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  3. I master several arts among which painting and illustration, writing books, playing music, cooking etcetera and I’m a teacher of general creativity probably the only one in existence. Some people teach creative writing for instance or other but I don’t know anybody who teaches creativity across a wide range of disciplines. Impossible to say which is the most creative thing that I’ve ever done.because to me creativity is all alike, I see no difference in writing books, illustrating, playing music, cooking or whatever. Creativity for me is an approach that can be applied equally to anything that one does even to house cleaning or gardening for instance, it shouldn’t be restricted to arts or only associated with art. Doing so would be elitism. Maybe saying which is the creative enterprise that has given me more satisfaction. Oddly enough creating a new style of Tai chi after having studied and taught five styles is what I’m most proud of and what has and is giving me more satisfaction and sense of achievement.

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  4. It was both the most creative and most underappreciated thing I’ve ever done. A friend who is a school music teacher wrote a musical for his students to put on. He asked me to record the music on piano. Instead, I fully orchestrated every song and wrote an overture for the show. It took hours of recording and arranging time and it turned out very well. When the play was put on, they used the music and got standing ovations and i wasn’t even recognized for my contribution. It was a great experience that I’m proud of, but geez.

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