Creative Writing – Why everyone should learn it

Actually, it is quite difficult, creative writing. Why? Because the goal of creative writing is to move beyond sharing information and express thoughts, opinions and feelings on a subject. Nevertheless, it is extremely important for anyone to learn to do it as it is one of the best ways to generate new ideas and solutions in our communities.

True creative writing is the only way to get inspired by and to inspire others with. It’s really is great stuff for advancing in leadership, education, economic growth en social enrichment.

Inspiration refers to an unconscious burst of creativity in a literary, musical, or other artistic endeavour. Literally, the word means “breathed upon.”
As early as in the 18th century philosopher John Locke proposed a model of the human mind in which ideas associate or resonate with one another in the mind. Leaving aside Freud, who believed (an artist’s) inspiration came out of unresolved psychological conflict or childhood trauma, as well as modern psychology where it is generally seen as an entirely internal process, I see creative writing as a way to steer inspiration that lifts out of our subconsciousness the desire to engage into positive activities that benefit us as part of a larger group. It creates solutions to our life’s architecture.
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