The ONE and the ALL have created a blank slate - perhaps better described as a space for creating any thing from the universal potential. The video below was made a while ago about creativity and the creative process by a student at Colgate University as part of a senior project to get to know some of the life and focus of older people in town. Where does creativity come from? Let's hear from you!
I am posting two books for your viewing, digestion, commenting, and (hopefully) enjoyment. "The Eternal Sea of Creativity" is a potpourri of incentive quotes, openings to the world of quantum physics, and a lot of poems I hope will touch one or more bases in your mind, heart, and/or soul. I have invited a friend, Mary Lou Quinn to contribute art work and what she is creating is being uploaded.
The other book: "In the Grand Manner" is a whole other story . . . actually it is a whole lot of stories about my path in life and who I met along the way. It is an exploration of what living "In the Grand Manner" has meant to a diverse mix of people from all walks of life that shared the many and diverse experiences I have had the blessings to have had. This is a work in progress and I will upload chapters as they unfold.
I would really interested in what any of these words brings up for you and do invite you to share.
So, what's it all about Alphie? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GahH4j48HM] This website is a place for sharing - first by me (Arthur) and then I do hope by you, the interested readers out there. The topics relate to the pretty basic questions posed below and open up to however one wants to express themselves - however the soul that you are wants to share.
Let's consider that two basic questions began forming from the first glimpse of consciousness that flickered on the screen of awareness of some creature in the past on this planet we call Earth - one planet circling a medium sized star we call the Sun, that is in a galaxy of perhaps 200 billion stars we call the Milky Way, that is one galaxy of some 200 billion such galaxies - all in this one universe [perhaps there are also 200 billion universes?] When such numbers come into play, concepts stagger, chill, and do numb. Maybe we just get driven to those words of wisdom that Rick spoke in Casablanca: I’m no good at being noble, but it doesn’t take much to see that the problems of three little people don’t amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world. Someday you’ll understand that.”
So, what then, would amount to a 'hill of beans' in this crazy world? Is any thing, any thought, any direction worth holding onto worth -exploring, worth the effort that it would take to climb that hill? Is any result worth the effort to plant that bean, cultivate it, and yield what is harvested? Getting back those basic questions: "Who are we?" and "Why are we here?" After a lot of exploring, listening, and conversation (much of it one-way), I came up with the Eternal Sea concept.