Tag Archives: creativity

Standing Room Only


Standing Room Only

Getting up from your desk and moving around does more than just get your blood pumping—it gets your creative juices flowing. Researchers say that when employees stand rather than sit during meetings they are more aroused, less territorial, and share more information and ideas, factors that can improve overall performance on group tasks. More… Discuss

Creativity, by George-B (“My creativity, my word…They don’t live within…”)


Creativity, by George-B

My creativity, my word…They don’t live within…
If I was to find the center of my word
I would look everywhere,
I would look upon my deep breathing pattern…
I took long walks strapped to a photo camera, to a reorder…
creativity came though, after I stumbled upon a rock,
kicked a pebble,
stepped over a fallen branch
took on more step,
with a well broken in PUMA running shoes –
I understood that humility travels with the maker…by walking carefully,
Stumble upon it, and feel with all your being. 

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Haïku – Creativity, by George – B


Haïku – Creativity, by George-B

Creativity
bursts like a ripe blister head:
pheromones richness

High-Res Stock Photography: Man Framing Sunset with Fingers

Franz Liszt – Hungarian Rhapsody No. 4 in E-flat major



Franz LisztHungarian Rhapsody No. 4 in E-flat major
Happy 200th Birthday to Franz Liszt!

Franz Liszt (October 22, 1811 — July 31, 1886) was a 19th-century Hungarian composer, pianist, conductor, and teacher.

Liszt became renowned throughout Europe during the nineteenth century for his virtuosic skill as a pianist. He was said by his contemporaries to have been the most technically advanced pianist of his age and perhaps the greatest pianist of all time.
Hungarian Rhapsodies.

The Hungarian Rhapsodies, S.244, R106, (French: Rhapsodies hongroises, German: Ungarische Rhapsodien, Hungarian: Magyar rapszódiák) is a set of 19 piano pieces based on Hungarian folk themes, composed by Franz Liszt during 1846-1853, and later in 1882 and 1885. Liszt additionally arranged versions for orchestra, piano duet and piano trio.

Piano: Artur Pizarro

 

Quotation: Gilbert Chesterton situations and outcomes


One can sometimes do good by being the right person in the wrong place.

Gilbert Chesterton (1874-1936) Discuss

Liszt – Spanish Rhapsody, S254 (Hough)


Franz Liszt’s sunny Rhapsodie Espagnole, played by Stephen Hough. IMO, this performance is really playful, beautiful and elegant, spiced with the feeling of improvisation, from which this piece is very likely to have come out from beneath Liszt’s fingers.

Paradox in a Dream, poetic thought by George-B


Paradox in a Dream,  poetic thought by George-B

I was writing this phrase a hundred times:

“Why do people run in circles?”

By the time I was done….They just stopped!

Nature of Change, poetic thought by George-B (“I’ve learned to look at the horizons…:)


 Nature of Change, poetic thought by George-B

I’ve learned to look at the horizons ahead
and clearly see the past
reenacted almost identically
like long time ago,

As if
nothing changes,
as the more things change….well,

the more they seem to stay the same:

A new generation desires change,
An old generation know that change to have been around

Once.

Already,
Then change occurs,

and change of change occurs….
And yet we’re always staying still,

Essentially,

with all that change!

Question, poetic thought by George-B


Question, poetic thought by George-B

I opened my mind to you
Hoping you would search inside
For clues about your future…

 I opened my mouth to you
Hoping you would search for clues
In the words coming out of it

I opened my thoughts to you, and put them
Neatly at the tips of my fingers,
and then forwarded them to you
Hoping you would understand my fingertips meaning

You have understood everything
Before I have done a thing…
You were living already inside of my thoughts,
and knew them,

as if you have been thinking them or
dreamed of them… 

Now, the question that remains is,
How did you accomplish that? 

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Franz Liszt – Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3 in B-flat major



Franz Liszt (October 22, 1811 — July 31, 1886) was a 19th-century Hungarian composer, pianist, conductor, and teacher.

Liszt became renowned throughout Europe during the nineteenth century for his virtuosic skill as a pianist. He was said by his contemporaries to have been the most technically advanced pianist of his age and perhaps the greatest pianist of all time.

Hungarian Rhapsodies.

The Hungarian Rhapsodies, S.244, R106, (French: Rhapsodies hongroises, German: Ungarische Rhapsodien, Hungarian: Magyar rapszódiák) is a set of 19 piano pieces based on Hungarian folk themes, composed by Franz Liszt during 1846-1853, and later in 1882 and 1885. Liszt additionally arranged versions for orchestra, piano duet and piano trio.

Piano: Artur Pizarro

 

Just a Thought: “Only what’s unimportant is irreplaceable…”


Just a Thought: “Only what’s unimportant is irreplaceable… Obsolescence does the rest!” 

Past midnight (poetic thought by George-B)


A drop detatching from a dripping faucet. Imag...

A drop detatching from a dripping faucet. Image taken by User:Dschwen on February 8th 2006. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Past midnight (poetic thought by George-B)

Is pretty much past midnight…
And sleeping is a dream;
I grow aware of a drip, DRIP…DRIP –
The kitchen faucet licks its wounds,
Silently,as much as it can,
but still….
It makes me interject:
“But please, can’t you keep it quiet?
I need my sleep,
in case I never get to sleep another night!”