Being creative

I have just done the 1st week of a creative writing course, I don’t really consider myself to be creative but I have a very strong interest in writing. I tend to use the left side of my brain 🧠 🤣, that of course assumes that I have one, so many decisions I have made in my life suggest that I don’t have 1, or I’m certainly not led by it.

Certainly this is something that I am trying to do, I always believe in the fact that if thinking patterns change then life can become easier, we will still face challenges and things won’t always be easy but if we look at solutions rather than problems then we will create opportunities that we wouldn’t really see because we are stuck in the negative processes.

Where does creativity stem from??? I have often wondered about this and even now I don’t really know, I think that a lot of it has to do with imagination, even the way that we play, our circumstances and our relationships, I do believe though that some people provide inspiration by giving feedback and support but also by debate, positive debate provides the opportunity to collate thoughts and ideas.

I truly believe that my inspiration comes from my relationship with Josie my girlfriend and being outdoors, walking and observing the things around me. My mantra in life is ” Love the life you live but more importantly Live the life you love “❤️💥😁

No matter what you do in life enjoy your experiences because they are opportunities to learn and grow but also make time for fun and laughter 😃

Published by paulguisbournehiltonalifeworthgiving

I am a 56 years old male living for the last 5 years in Pembrokeshire West Wales in the UK. I have entitled this blog along with my Facebook page as A Life worth giving because when I was growing up I was taught that the only way to get on in life was to be selfish, not even sharing sweets, books, pens or anything. I moved into adulthood with very much the same view of life and entered in my teens a life of alcohol dependency, another very selfish trait, my drinking consumed every waking moment and I saw alcohol as both my best friend and worst enemy, the only real positive was that it never let me down. Life changed for me in 1997 in the month of April when I stopped drinking and started to awaken my feelings, I found that I actually enjoyed life, enjoyed feeling although it was hard and left me feeling vulnerable yet today I am at my happiest, in a very loving relationship and life is good. A life worth giving is about my journey through life but also about being selfless and serving others willingly and with an attitude of gratitude.

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