Divine Creativity

Valerie Furnas at Life 4 Me recently wrote a blog column.  In the column Where does your creativity come from?Valerie poses a question that we have contemplated for all time.  We all decide for ourselves where that spark arrives.From the title of this column I’m sure anyone can guess where I believe my inspiration arrives.  Those of you who have been following me for sometime should be aware that I am extremely spiritual.  I’ve said it before and it bears repeating in this column.  If you were to remove the spiritual gene from my core, I would simply cease to be.  You can’t remove something that is so deeply embedded in anyone without killing them.  Removing my spiritual gene would be like removing my heart.I need my spirituality just as I need my heart.  I can’t live without either.My creativity is a direct result of my divinity, my spirituality.  I believe everyone has a divine pipeline and we only have to tap it and know how to tap it in order to have it flow freely.  I believe along with my faith that was given to me when I incarnated.  I wrote about this gift in a column called:
An Overflowing Faith.  The reason I’m giving this background is so you’ll understand how deeply I feel about my spirituality and my faith, how much it is a part of who I am.

I am my faith!
I am my spirituality!  I don’t broadcast it to the world in general because I understand that not everyone is in the same place.  It is an extremely important part of my life however.

My creativity is a direct result of my spirituality.  I sincerely believe I have a Divine Conduit and when I’m in The Flow, I’m convinced it’s God/Source/The Divine working through me.  It’s why I write this blog.  I’d like to think this blog is my way of repaying the gift I was bestowed with when I incarnated this time.  God knew I was going to need all the faith I he could give so he opened me up and gave me his greatest gift.

My creativity is a direct result of that gift.

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

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2 responses to “Divine Creativity

  1. To paraphrase author, Dorothy Sayers, “We are closest to our Creator when we create.”
    Yes, Chris, our creativity IS a divine gift! You have been blessed with this and so have I. We are the most fortunate of souls!
    Great post, my friend!

  2. Thanks, Martha! I so believe this. This blog came bout because of divine intervention. My writing had all but ceased until this blog came about. What find entirely fascinating is how quickly the blog moved from Law of Attraction to Spiritual.

    Like Law of Attraction opened the door and spirituality walked through.

    Chris

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