Creativity or how “Coyotes?” came to be

What is creativity? The making, the doing?
To a degree… production is part of creativity,
the evidence of creativity.
Creativity begins in the brain, in thoughts, in envisioning the creation. In that, there is some fulfillment… the thoughts of what could exist in the outer world. Sometimes the thought is fulfilling enough, satisfying in itself. How beautiful is the satisfaction of creative thought!  Others may say, “She is so full of thoughts, but never ‘does’ anything. How useless!” Aha… they don’t know… one thought leads to another… small and great things can be envisioned in the mind… the steps to creating them flowing on brain waves toward fulfillment.

The end-product, the external, created product, whether it be philosophy, an art work, a day’s toil… can be fulfilling to the thinker, the doer, though the onlooker may see naught of beauty or worth. If the created product is important enough, is worth the risk of rejection, the thinker may act confidently!

This morning I took the risk! Putting my thoughts in a bit of poetry of sorts on my blog. A sound awoke my cats and myself suddenly… the sound of a pack of coyotes in pursuit of prey. An unsettling, inharmonious chorus of excitement during the short, very short, chase. The cats did not relax right away when the sudden silence of the coyote’s fulfillment occurred. It was after much petting and many soft words that the cats were soothed, knew that they were safe, that the danger had passed.

My mind began spinning when I awoke to the harsh
sound. My heart beat quickly… a natural, inherent reaction of the body. To calm myself, my thoughts gathered to tame the occurrence by thinking of the event and its meaning, its purpose. “Nature will have its way. Life must go on. All creatures need sustenance.” By ordering thoughts and words, my mind was soothed. (Petting and loving my cats helped, also.) I can change my outlook, but cannot change the cycle of life here in Arizona, USA.

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The Human

Am the human living in a household doing the bidding of two cats, Munchkin and Henry. When they are sleeping and don't need my care and loving touches, my time is filled with sewing, reading, studying various languages, taking photographs, using the computer, and looking for new things to learn.

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