Efiong Etuk: Mass Creativity: A Global Imperative    
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1 Apr 2015 @ 19:49, by Efiong Etuk


Mass Creativity, a mass mobilization e-newsletter, inextricably joins all people in the single most important and most urgent action of our time: To recognize and productively engage the creative intelligence of all the earth's estimated seven billion inhabitants.

Week-006 of Mass Creativity features five intriguing news items:

1. Weekly Creativity Wit and Wisdom by Alex F. Osborn.

2. Ten new Great Insights on Human Creativity.

3. Myths about Human Creativity (Part One).

4. Challenge of the Week and Call-to-Action.

5. Creativity: Revealing the Truth about Human Nature (Key resource for mass creativity)

The weekly Mass Creativity e-newsletter is prompted by three vital global concerns:

a) Vast reservoirs of untapped human potential - the world's most precious resource - that historically has been neglected and that, for the vast majority of people, lie dormant, unrecognized, undeveloped.

b) Worsening global problems that are simply too many and too complex to be left to, or to be solved by, political leaders or intellectuals alone.

c) The absolute necessity of everyone's unique contributions, if humanity is to build a viable and sustainable global civilization that is worthy of this generation and an enduring legacy to future generations.

Here, in concise universal messages, are two vital resources in one medium:

i) Weekly key to self-discovery, personal development, and professional success.

ii) Catalyst for the much-desired global awakening to our true nature as humans and our infinite possibilities as a species.

Subscribe to futures issues of the e-newsletter. Join the planetary awakening and excitement!


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1 Oct 2015 @ 18:30 by dan1 : A Lot Of Good Ideas Here
Since this page seems to be the most recent entry in the New Civilization Network Newslog and since it looks like it has several worthy ideas for consideration. This page is ambitious in its goals for enabling the Creative Energies in most of the world's Human population.

If this did come to pass, I hope it will come at a rate that can be efficiently expedited for the sake of Our Species...and Our World.

Item 3, "Myths About Human Creativity", looks interesting. I haven't gone there yet to read that. I will probably start there. I believe everyone can be "creative" (innovative in the quest for More and Better), but in different degrees and in different areas of application. It might be a good idea to begin with one's own Household and then proceed outward into Neighborhood and Community. The best innovative ideas would be those that can eventually serve the Most People.  

1 Oct 2015 @ 19:49 by dan1 : Question
Can "creativity" be a negative thing? Was Genghis Khan "creative" in war and conquest?  

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