Finding Your Creative Genius

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Finding the Creative Genius

Creativity, channeling energy, and connectivity of separate technologies are essential cognitive qualities, which scientific studies have revealed that geniuses, award winners, and great fine artists possess. Another key attribute is that superb individuals apply their curiosity of their environment.

Not everyone can achieve the greatness of Mozart, Einstein, Shakespeare, nor Matisse but start being more curious of the world around yourself and you may be amazed with the results. Creativity, discovery, and invention is not solely based on IQ.

Great accomplishments have occurred when engineers, scientists, musicians, and painters have somehow linked two realities from different technologies. Imagination is a key. Simpler minds can be vulnerable to physical or mental distractions or unrelated facts. Another key to unlock new directions in most any field of endeavor is channeling energy with focus.

This focus is analogous to a wise manager budgeting resources effectively in order to address multiple needs, facilitate issue resolution, and solve problems.

Musicians often refer to harmony. With creativity, we can perceive a harmonic connection of dispersant ideas.

In addition to meditation, one technique I have used is to feel every bodily sense – sight, sound, smell, touch, proprioception, and taste. Think of what qualities each sense gives your brain and combine the sensations and cognitive feelings.

Your ultimate success will depend upon how you apply knowledge, work hard, display perseverance, and become – if you aren’t already – passionate about your field of work.

If you do not believe this, just take a look at savants with a diagnosed mental illness. Their abilities in specific areas are outstanding. One set of examples are those known as calendar savants. Savants can display unreal behaviors without collaboration with other masterminds.

For your information, these ideas are not just proven theories. Investigate real-life examples and study the following resources:
• Biographies of recognized geniuses
• The Theory of Everything
• The evolution of biotechnology’s CRISPR
• The organization “Bring Change 2 Mind”
• The field of Architecture
• Hypotheses of Precognition
• The elements of Extrasensory Perception (ESP) and the Paranormal

Those of us who aren’t natural geniuses can muster great results by collaborating with others. The winning team concept goes beyond the sporting arena.

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Healthcare professionals and smart citizens are promoting the destigmatization of mental health. Old concepts have given rise to prejudice, unfair judgement, and isolation of people with mental health diagnoses. Acceptance – not isolation – is important. People historically have been preyed upon. After all, one of four Americans has a mental illness. This approach is contraindicated in terms of better mental health as well as being unethical bias.

We can agree that minds and mental health matters. Treatments as well as how we view it matters very much.

Evidence is overwhelming that people who work with their hands simultaneously stimulate their brains. Runners can also relate to the “high” they feel.

Aside from teamwork, there are many ways to develop ingenuity. There must be more than 100 exercises to boost neural activity of the brain and creativity.

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Celebrate Black History Month and Special Thanks to Inventors

American George Washington Carver is probably the most prolific inventor . . . what he did with peanuts and sweet potatoes/yams.

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My favorite has got to be J. B. Rhodes, who in 1899, invented the water closet.

Secondly, I am forever grateful for J. Standard who invented the refrigerator eight years (in 1891) before the modern toilet was available.

The contributions of African-Americans goes on and on. Thank God for their contributions to society!

Resolutions?!? Smitheroochians

Why make resolutions that cannot be achieved?!? Thus, I am picking good things that are achievable (although numbered, these are in no particular order or priority; they are all important). Here are my eighteen resolutions for 2018:
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1. Just once, when I get a bad haircut . . . be HONEST and tell the hairdresser so.

2. We can be proud about our own and loved ones’ HUMILITY. This has worked for the Dalia Lama, Buddha, and Jesus Christ.

3. TRY to make a good habit = a No Fault Attitude. Practice apologizing, even when I am not at fault. If I do it three times, it may become a habit.
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4. LOVE one another more. Encourage two pairs of people to develop a more caring relationship.

5. Keep in mind my own SAFETY. As a reminder, look at my four fingers and thumb to ‘fight to save’ all five digits.

6. Pick Six . . . Do something good for a FAMILY member that is unsolicited.

7. Accept LUCK. If 7 isn’t my lucky number, obtain a new one.

8. Use the good SENSES I have going for me. Common sense is one, too. What if I went blind tomorrow? Continuing practice walking in the dark or doing simple tasks with my eyes closed.

9. Do not go more than one day in-a-row without prayer, thanks, or meditation.

10. Perform random acts of KINDNESS at least ten times in 2018. Keep track of them but don’t tell others in order to get credit.

11. Be a better sport. CELEBRATE at least eleven times this year after my favorite team loses. This is achievable because my favorite teams lose often.

12. GIVE UP something I like for a week; Once a month.

13. GAIN 13 pounds. Last fall, I was more than 20 pounds underweight.

14. E – E – E – E. Eat and exercise every day. This should be EASY.

15. Reduce ‘Dumb Phone’ use. Go a couple days without phoning or texting my best friend (of course, warn them ahead so as to not generate ‘any bad blood).

16. BUILD on Teamwork. Once and a while, ask for help even if I do not need it.

17. LEARN two new ways to cope with pain.

18. Remain OPTIMISTIC even though the POTUS behaves poorly, those around me do not experience success, and those close to us pass away.

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Holidays this Monday, March 13

There are at least six holidays to choose from and celebrate Monday:

  • National Napping Day (useful with the new daylight savings time)
  • Earmuffs Day (comes in handy with heavy snows in the East and Midwest)
  • Jewel Day (sounds like it could be expensive)
  • K-9 Veterans’ Day (“arf, arf”)
  • Open an Umbrella Indoors Day (watch out) or
  • National Good Samaritan Day

Whatever your pleasure, have a terrific Monday!

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President Trump is Acting Like John Adams

Similarly to the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, the chief executive is limiting immigration and mobilizing deportation.

The Alien and Sedition Acts were four bills passed by the Federalist-dominated 5th United States Congress and signed into law by President John Adams in 1798.[1] They made it harder for an immigrant to become a citizen (Naturalization Act), allowed the president to imprison and deport non-citizens who were deemed dangerous (Alien Friends Act of 1798)[2] or who were from a hostile nation (Alien Enemy Act of 1798),[3] and criminalized making false statements that were critical of the federal government (Sedition Act of 1798).[4]

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The Federalists argued that the bills strengthened national security during an undeclared naval war with France. Critics argued that they were primarily an attempt to suppress voters who disagreed with the Federalist party, and violated the right of freedom of speech in the First Amendment.[5] Three of the acts were repealed after the Democratic-Republican party of Thomas Jefferson came to power. But the Alien Enemies Act remained in effect, was revised and codified in 1918 for use in World War I, and was used by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to imprison Japanese, German, and Italian aliens during World War II. Following cessation of hostilities, the act was used by President Harry S. Truman to continue to imprison, then deport, aliens of the formerly hostile nations. In 1948 the Supreme Court determined that presidential powers under the acts continued after cessation of hostilities until there was a peace treaty with the hostile nation. The revised Alien Enemies Act remains in effect today.

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Prayer is Special During Advent

St. Dominic, about 800 years ago, preached about nine great ways to take our prayers to God.

  1. Humility (reference 2 Chronicles 7:14)
  2. Worship (ref: Psalm 29:2)
  3. Penance (ref: Acts 2:38)
  4. Contemplate the love of God through the cross (ref: Phillipians 2:10)
  5. Be still and listen to God (ref: 1 Chronicles 16:8)
  6. Intercession (ref: John 14:13-14) Jesus Christ stated, “Whatever you ask in my name, I will do it, that the Father may be glorified in the Son; if you ask anything in my name, I will do it.”
  7. Supplication for wisdom, transfixed (ref: Psalm 103:1) and
  8. Study the Word of God (ref: Acts 3:16)

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Statue of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception at St. Raymond’s in Menlo Park, Calif. [St. Raymond was a Dominican Priest that lived to be 100 years-old]