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  1. Meredith Elbaum May 17, 2017 @ 12:18 pm Reply

    The children at my son’s preschool, Kesher Nevatim in Somerville MA, were so inspired by the love between Piggie & Gerald that they planned and orchestrated a wedding for them. The wedding culminated 7 weeks of planning.

    • Elesa Swirgsdin Elesa Swirgsdin May 19, 2017 @ 9:44 am Reply

      How wonderful that the children were so inspired! And what a great opportunity for them to get creative while learning how to work together as a team. I’m sure it was a beautiful wedding!

  2. Barakha November 17, 2017 @ 10:44 pm Reply

    Reading has been scientifically demonstrated to reduce stress levels and sometimes all it feels is a good mental channel to get back to your creative best. The more books that you read, the more information you will know. The more that you learn, the more areas you get into. Nothing would clear your creative senses course as much as reading a fascinating and provocative book. Reading is also confirmed to be a good workout for the brain and is promoted as the basic activity that everybody ought to pursue.

    In addition to these books; you people try to meditate. The meditating is the best idea to remove mental blocks and to allow creativity grown in. I meditate regularly. For 30 minutes to an hour. I never run out of inventive thoughts because I don’t obstruct them.

    Anyways it’s a great list; thanks for sharing… These books for creative users have helped millions of readers like me around the world to nourish their creativity & I recommend to choose one at a time..

    • Liz Bowie Liz Bowie December 21, 2017 @ 9:06 am Reply

      Thanks for your thoughts, Barakha! We couldn’t agree more that books have so many benefits – happy reading and creating!

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