Creativity Needs a Place
While creativity is an internal, individual act (when in the world, it is production), it cannot exist without a 'place.'
Creativity uses energy to make something anew. That energy might come from a conversation, a place, a discernment, or a moment of excitement. Even when reflecting (say through a prompt), we are revisiting experiences in the physical world. That is part of the impossibility of purely virtual (meta-verse) encounters; they always point to or use a mental model originating in the world.
Consider the inherent meaningless of a bot and the taxing task of seeing beauty in machine output.
Places are where energy and creativity can be found. I invite you to consider (and share) one such place.
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