Welcome back to the Creative Life Adventure. I've been reading Dr. Maxwell Maltz's 1960 book Psycho-Cybernetics. While the book occasionally strays into the neighborhood I call "crackpottery," there is a lot of useful information. I'm not a fan of the term "self-help," but it's the term that's commonly accepted, so we'll go with that. If…
Welcome back to the Creative Life Adventure. I'm in the middle of reading a collection of some of Vincent Van Gogh's letters, primarily letters he wrote to his brother Theo over a period of 18 years. It's a fascinating body of work. Van Gogh wrote so many letters that they end up providing a sort…
Now we have more music and books and movies to choose from, but we have more tools to give us certainty as consumers.
This web site is a work in progress and I'm constantly evaluating what I want to accomplish with it. Going forward, I plan to include more of my photography, as that's an important creative outlet for me.
Uncertainty is hard-wired into the creative experience.
When does creative expression cross the line from an intriguing pushing of boundaries into crime?
Settle in and make peace with the necessary background work.