Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Creativity

God had no purpose in creating the world.  He was just having fun.

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  1. Anyone who can produce a human being that can do so many things is marvelous in my eyes.

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  2. I would agree, but I'm not sure if it was God or not.

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  4. Oops, accidentally deleted my previous response. I completely agree, Marty. That's pretty much how I view creation. The universe is a playful accident, and we're all here to have fun with it.

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  5. ...and then we went on to create billions of planets elsewhere.

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  6. Not God. It was the men who created God were having fun.

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  7. That's when the best things happen...when it comes from a place of joy and fun.

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  8. Isn't it "having fun" the most profound purpose in creation, and in life for that matter?

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  9. Man had no purpose in creating God, he was just scared.

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  10. i think this is absolutely yet figuratively true!

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  11. Creativity is not constrained by limits it is enhanced by it.

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  12. I've often felt god just gave it all a push and let it roll down hill.... Its fun watching things roll down hill....

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  13. That is what creativity is about. It's about having fun. At the beginning and then taking your fun to the next level!

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  14. Yes, it's natural when we're flowing. It's always a treat to be back to visit here.

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  15. Really like this aphorism of God having fun creating the world! You know, those nuns in Catholic school would not like it, though. They taught us God was always working. It was all work and no play with them!

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  16. There is quite a lot of suffering for something that was the result of some fun. Perhaps the joke was in bad taste?

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