Clutter is the enemy of Creativity. It is an evil, sneaky bastard. It eats creativity, feeds off of it and then breeds. It piles up in our heads, in our lives, messes with our relationships, stunts our businesses and overwhelms us.
Most of what we say and do is not essential. If you can eliminate it, you will have more time and more tranquility. Ask yourself at every moment, ‘Is this necessary?” —Marcus Aurelius, Meditations Marcus Aurelius, a philosopher and Roman Emperor, 161-180 CE, wrote the quote above. His words hold as much truth and power today as they did back… Read More
The Garden is my Sensei. I learn all important lessons in the garden, and I forget them there as well. And every season comes around again to remind me what I have forgotten.