It’s frustration that spawned Murphy’s Law: The plan was good, how could it fail? Indeed you may not like it but our span of control is limited. We don’t control other people’s opinions, or the traffic, or the weather, or the economy. What we can learn to control is the way we deal with it, our attitude. Adopting a creative attitude opens up a world of possibilities. The creative attitude will make you trust that the new path will present itself at the right time. You will be amazed at how it just might have been `waiting` for you, serendipity by letting go. Creativity is an aid in creating a meaningful life, and strengthens our ability to follow a steady course through the chaos and rush of life.
A `creazenny` attitude is driven by natural curiosity and the courage to look at things from different perspectives. It is about living the paradox between patience and impatience: Impatient with things as they are and yet patiently experimenting accepting trial and error. Always learning from others: keeping in mind R. W. Emerson’s observation that every other person is better at something; a mind-set that will certainly help keeping the ego under control and frustration at bay.
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Brave New Books
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