But we must hold on to the progress we have already made. (Philippians 3:16 NLT)
Possessiveness hinders expression.
Expression takes courage.
Courage enhances progress.
Progress faces obstacles.
Obstacles squeeze creativity out.
(I mean this in the best possible sense.)
Facing an obstacle can lead to creative solutions. Our courage to face the stuck-ness can lead to innovative ways to approach a situation, whether it is in writing or in art making or in living daily life.
Here’s your prompt for today, if you choose to face it:
When I face an obstacle, I . . .
Here’s a resource from Amy Tangerine that gives you little doable exercises to flex your creative muscles. (You can also have the pdf file emailed, click here to get to her website.)
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