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Creative spiritual living

What I see in the world is a hunger for what I call “creative spiritual living” — an expanded sense of meaning, spirituality and creativity — in our business and work, with our friends, partners and children. A deepened connection to nature, food, culture, books, music, art and, most importantly, to ourselves.

A creative spiritual life can seem out of reach at times, though. All too often we tell ourselves it’s “too difficult”, “not for us” or “we are too old”. Especially when we talk specifically about creativity. Perhaps there is a little voice inside your head saying you can’t possibly be talented enough, you probably

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