Daniella Whyte

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3 Whole Habits of Seriously Creative People (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 207)

3 Whole Habits of  Seriously Creative  People

“An artist paints, dances, draws, writes, designs, or acts at the expanding edge of consciousness. We press into the unknown rather than the known. This makes life lovely and lively.”
— Julia Cameron

Humanity couldn’t survive without creativity. It is a way for many people to escape — at least for some time — from reality. We can’t hide from life. What good would life be if we all were hiding from it. But we can’t hide from creativity either. It is there for us to embrace. It helps us to think and rethink problems and solutions. We make a grave mistake when we deceive ourselves into think that gravity equals greatness. Sometimes, one has to be less grave and tap into the creative power of the life force that rises within. Read more…

Embrace Aloneness (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 19)

Embrace Aloneness

“Solitude is a victory.”
— Karl Lagerfeld

When some people think of being alone, they think it means being rejected by others or that you’re anti-social. There are other meanings for social rejection and being anti-social, but being alone is not one of them. Being alone is one of the greatest gifts you can give to yourself, and in a strange sort of way, to others.

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