Archive for April 11th, 2020

Life holds few mysteries greater than those concerning the wellsprings of creativity.  Thinkers down through the ages have developed many theories about what keeps the springs flowing and what causes them to dry up.  Freud proposed one of the most enduring when he suggested that the sublimation of sexual energy fosters the artistic temperament and the creative impulse.  But he denied that he, or psychoanalysis, could provide much else by way of explanation.  “Before the problem of the creative artist,” Freud remarked in a study of Dostoyevsky, “analysis must, alas, lay down its arms.”
    —    William J. Broad
From his book:  “The Science of Yoga
On This Day In:
2019 I Doubt I Ever Will
2018 Who Will Thank (If Not Remember) Me
2017 Reinforced Learning
2016 I Choose To Believe
2015 What They Don’t Teach You At School
2014 Still Trying To Die (5)
2013 Honest Doubt
2012 Choice
2011 Ownership Of Thought

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