Let go of fear and embrace creativity in your everyday life.

“The great enemy of creativity is fear. When we’re fearful, we freeze up… Creativity has a lot to do with a willingness to take risks. Think about how children play. They run around the playground without thinking about where they’re going. They trip, they fall down, and then they get back up again and run some more. They have a wonderful belief: that everything will be all right. The feel capable; they let go; they play … No matter how many facts and figures you have, you can’t predict the future. There will always be surprises… Creativity helps us realize that we don’t have to understand everything. We can enjoy something – feel it and use it – without ever fully comprehend it.”

Faith Ringgold