The act of being creative from woodworking, painting, singing, dancing, writing, drama can be a wellspring of
meaning for living.
This week we will explore exciting connections between creativity, spirituality, and our deepest held values.
12 – 2 p.m. Wednesday, 4/18, Nanticoke Room, Student Union (Come and go as needed).
Lunch: Chicken Parmesan and Greek Salad.
How does creativity, your own or the creativity of others, impact your life?
Do you consider creativity a spiritual practice or an expression of your core values?
What does your spiritual/religious/or secular tradition say about creativity?
Check out the resources below and hope you can join us for good conversation.
We will also do some coloring!!
One thought on “4/18 L3: Power of Purpose: Creativity, Spirituality & Core Values”
i think is creativity is that do something every day and built yourself