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19 January 2005


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May's 'Love and Will' was one of my favorite books when I was a psychology student. I haven't read this book, but perhaps it's time.

Kate S.

Those are some sobering, deeply profound words. The Courage To Create sounds awfully familiar ... but I don't recognize the name. I agree, reading this book now feels very timely. I think it's that time of winter when cabin fever starts to creep in, filling some of us with self-doubt, and expressing our creativity is the only thing that keeps us from succumbing to this seasonal psychosis.

Unless you're flush enough to take a quick side trip to Hawaii or somewhere the sun still shines with heat.

jenni russell

These are great aphorisms. I'm going to have to look up this book. Thanks for posting them. I especially love and can identify with these two:

. . . the creative act arises out of the struggle of human beings with and against that which limits them.

. . . transcending can occur only to those who accept the fact of their limitation . . .

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