Stirring and revealing insights into the nature of human nature speak to you personally, deeply, directly — powerfully and conclusively demonstrate:
What it really means to be human.
What your own life is truly about.
What gives your life meaning and enduring significance.
Here, in a reader-friendly handbook, is your guide to becoming the person you are capable of being.
Here, also, is life-long awakening to the genius you embody that can serve all of humanity and bring about significant improvement in the current state of our world.
Here, finally, is the ultimate resource to help you understand and connect with your innermost self; and, using that personal insight, be able to understand and connect more deeply and more successfully with loved ones, family, friends, colleagues, and the natural world.
Its primacy among the forces that shape human life.
Ultimately, its fundamental implication in the human condition and the planetary state of affairs.
Analysis and synthesis of the insights that are brought together in Creativity: Revealing the Truth about Human Nature uncover 5 things everyone is well served to know about creativity, if they want their lives to be truly meaningful and genuinely successful.
In summary, this is the understanding of creativity as:
Inadequate opportunity for most people to realize their creative potential as the root of the global epidemic of meaninglessness and the resultant social and psychological problems that are ruining the lives of countless millions of people around the world, traumatizing families and national societies, and seriously impoverishing modern civilization.
"an imagination which must be used and enjoyed in order for man to experience complete fulfillment of life."
"categorical desires that give us reasons for living."
"higher purpose— a yearning for something greater than money and material possessions."
"something for the sake of which to live and even to die."
"something inside me which will not permit me to accept the conclusion that life has no meaning."
"the law of one's own being. Follow it, and it means fulfillment. Ignore it, and it means disaster."
Set right the way we define ourselves and the purpose of our life.
Reclaim our quintessentially creative, but historically overlooked, essence.
Mobilize the creative intelligence of all people in the “Great Work” of solving the challenges the world is facing and building a viable, ecologically-enhancing, and humanly fulfilling global civilization and planetary future.
The authentic sense of who we really are and why we live implies several planetary recovery and regeneration efforts.
Here are five critical efforts and, obviously, the logical and necessary starting point:
Recognize our inherently creative nature as humans (Homo Ceativus) — naturally and primarily driven to develop and to engage one's natural abilities in meaningful, significant, and beneficial functions.
Correspondingly, make inner development of people the basis of everything we do — the mindset behind every public policy, every business decision, every social action.
Create, provide, and maintain opportunities for everyone to reach and to contribute his or her potential in personally meaningful and publicly beneficial functions.
Rethink the generally accepted belief that economic factors— wealth, consumption, and material well-being —define and shape human life.
Correspondingly, recognize human fulfillment and actualization of one's innate potentialities as the the goal, the natural purpose, of human life — with economic consumption and material well-being as the means to that end.
Research, develop, teach, promote, support, and/or reward methods of work, systems of values, patterns and operational relationships that enhance and beneficially engage everyone's finest and most important attribute — their creativeness.
Join and take active part in the comprehensive, universally accessible, and easy-to-implement campaign to: a) return humanity to our authentic, inherently creative nature — Homo Creativus; and b) implement Homo Creativus in every facet of human life and society: Parenting. Education. Leadership. Management. Business. Governance. Care Giving. And more.