CBSE Class 12 An Introduction to Creativity

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Lesson 1 Nature and Concept

Introduction

It is said that Leonardo da Vinci before ever lifting his brush saw all his paintings in the damp stains on his walls. Herman Melville stared at Mount Grey lock every day until one day it turned into devilish great white whale Moby Dick. In our young imaginative years we look up at the clouds and see old women, fairy, houses, alligators, and dinosaurs rather than constellations. According to biologists, man can no longer be defined as different from other animals by virtue of speech or tool making. But we are absolutely unique in our dazzling ability to make metaphors. Creativity is the art of living metaphorically. It is an undisputed fact that Humanity has always owed its progress and development to Creativity be it in the sphere of science and technology, music or art or poetry or agriculture.

Besides giving satisfaction and joy to the human soul, the creative process has always given a new meaning to life in every era or period of human development. The creative spark within an individual, leading to creative endeavours stems from a  basic, yet strong, feeling of dissatisfaction with the usual process and activities. Some may not feel dissatisfied at all with the way things are. And, those who do feel discontented may react or respond in one of the following ways: Simply complaining or feeling frustrated without doing anything about the existing state of things.

Trying to change the state of affairs by creating something new in a new way or even attempting to mould the public opinion or attitude by writing about the state of affairs in an original style with a skillful use of words and expressions. This entails moving away from the old association, as was done, for example, by the Romantics like Byron, Wordsworth, Keats and Shelley who broke away from the form dominated writings of the Restoration Period writers like Pope and Dryden. If creativity is any one thing-it is imagine, imagine, imagine. If we don't express our imagination, it frustrates, it turns us into inert observers, when we were meant to be blaring our instruments in the universal choir.

This entails moving away from the old association, as was done, for example, by the Romantics like Byron, Wordsworth, Keats and Shelley who broke away from the form dominated writings of the Restoration Period writers like Pope and Dryden. If creativity is any one thing-it is imagine, imagine, imagine. If we don't express our imagination, it frustrates, it turns us into inert observers, when we were meant to be blaring our instruments in the universal choir.

 

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