1. Joy Healey
    November 23, 2015 @ 3:34 pm

    Hi Barrie,

    It’s often when your mind is still (which mine rarely is) that you come up with your most productive thoughts.

    So for instance this morning I “wrote – in my head” a complete blog post while in the shower. It just took shape while I wasn’t distracted by screens, phones etc etc. Of course I had to dash to a notepad as soon as I got out of the shower or the danger is, it would have been gone!

    That’s not a very creative example, because I guess I’d have come up with a blog post before the deadline anyway. But sheer genius is imagining that something like electricity could exist, or the theory of relativity.

    I must try give myself permission to have more quiet moments 🙂



  2. Donna Merrill
    November 26, 2015 @ 1:08 pm

    Hi Barrie,

    When it comes to imagination, I used to get into so much trouble as a child because my mind always wandered. Thank Goodness!!!

    Today..it still is and if it wasn’t for my imagination I could never do the things I do. Imagination is needed and I thank you for bringing up this topic.



    • Barrie Evans
      November 27, 2015 @ 10:54 am

      Keep going Donna, you are doing great work!


  3. Willa
    December 17, 2015 @ 5:28 pm

    It is said that listening to Mozart classical music would help children brain be more intelligent, so that I intend to follow that advice soon.


    • Barrie Evans
      December 19, 2015 @ 2:03 pm

      Music feeds the soul, helps the imagination and powers the brain to be more receptive. Not just Mozart, but much more in many genres, depending on your own personal taste. Thanks Willa


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