Check-in 3-15

By William Holmes Sullivan – Public Domain

The Ide of March are here! A classic writing meme, folks. Not that we can all be Shakespearean level creatives, but we can all use our imaginations the way he did. A little “creative license” is a good thing.

And don’t worry about everything you create being true to reality. Shakespeare’s famous line “Et tu, Brute?” probably wasn’t actually what Julius Caesar said. Some scholarly research suggests it was more likely that Caesar spoke Greek (if he spoke at all) when assassinated by Brutus and the other senators.

We don’t know what actually happened. But we do know, through creative efforts of writers and painters, even historians, many possible things that could have happened. This mystery… this magical ability of the creative mind to introduce possibilities to us…. it’s a gift.

How are are you using your creative gift these days? Are you finding yourself struggling to hold up against overwhelming forces, such as faced Caesar? Are you reconsidering your intentions, but eventually going boldly forward no matter what as Brutus did?

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