Being able to be alone, makes for resilient, non-reactive creativity
The capacity to be alone is often overlooked. Being in solitude, next to others, enables adaptive creativity. It makes the self available when everything is reactive.
If we want to mean what we say in a changing, living world, we can't plan everything into a script or protocol.
To be thoughtful (/creative), we need (1) to have an individual place …
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