Friday, January 21, 2011

the perfect creativity . . .

. . . is to play seriously and work playfully:

A master in the art of living 
draws no sharp distinction 
between his work and his play; 
his labor and his leisure; 
his mind and his body; 
his education and his recreation. 

He hardly knows which is which. 
He simply pursues his vision of excellence 
through whatever he is doing, and 
leaves others to determine 
whether he is working or playing. 
To himself, he always appears to be 
doing both.
— Lawrence Pearsall Jacks

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