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Picasso On Intuition

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Picasso On Intuition

Every child is an artist. The problem is staying an artist when you grow up.

– Pablo Picasso –

Picasso On Intuition

Brassai asks Picasso whether his ideas come to him “by chance or by design.” Picasso responds: “I don’t have a clue. Ideas are simply starting points…What I capture in spite of myself interests me more than my own ideas.” Read more on how artists create and what they think about as they work. { read more }

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We are more creative than we think. This week look for inspiration — to write or create in other ways — from another part of yourself.

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September 29, 2014

space EditorEditor’s note: Groceries for strangers. A birthday of kind acts. Belongings donated in the spirit of simplicity. It’s inspiring to read your recent stories and envision all the pockets of love springing up around the globe. This Thursday, Oct 2, KindSpring is collectively stepping-up the joy. Join us, as we exercise our kindness muscles for 21 days in a row. space
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space artforinsight wrote: “I drove to another town to cash a check for my son. The bank teller mistakenly gave me an extra $100. I was tempted to not say anything but did and returned it.”
space gcottraux wrote: “I just saw someone looking lost in the corridors of our building and asked if I could help her find her way.”
space mirandamonastero wrote: “Met my aging parents today to spend time with them. My dad in depleted health and my mom has Alzheimers. I try to call or spend time with them on a regular weekly basis. Love them so much.”
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