Joy and Happiness
We can get more joy and happiness out of our lives by harnessing our power of creativity. The more creative we are, the more of a person we become: continuing to grow; feeling more alive; becoming charged with enthusiasm and leading a more meaningful and fulfilling life. Creative effort is an antidote to worry. Worry is essentially the wrongful use of our imagination.
Creative people love what they do. It it not the hope of achieving fame or amassing wealth that drives them; rather, it is the opportunity to do the things they love most. They feel an inner glow that exudes a sense of happiness.
We are most creative during our childhood days. This stage is also our happiest. Studies have shown that on the average the little child laughs about 400 times a day whereas the average adult laughs only 15 times a day.
Capitalizing on creativity promotes a positive outlook and sense of well-being that boosts the immune system. It keeps us healthy. And a healthy person is a happier person.
According to a Reuter’s report, creative people tend to lead a more active sex life, which researchers said was no coincidence. Their creativity seems to act like a sexual magnet. A good example is the famous artist, Pablo Picasso…
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