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When (creative) Purpose is not known, ABUSE ("ABnormal USE") follows. When you don't know the purpose of your creativity, you abuse it (abnormally use it).

How do you "abuse" your creativity?

One of two ways:

1. Use it in a manner for which it was not designed for.


2. Put it on the back burner and not use it at all.

Either way, it fails to accomplish what it was made to do.

Now, I thought twice about sharing this with you because it is much shorter than my average post here...but I think it speaks long after you step away from your computer, smart phone or however you received it.

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I abuse my creativity by drawing children on fire.


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