Chapters 1 and 2 of Genesis tell of the Creation, including Man.
Man was created to be a creative being. Everything one does requires a creative effort. Because man’s creativity is primarily an intellectual activity that is silent and provides no physical sign except possible eye movement we take for granted the amazing gift to focus on an objective and proceed to create its reality.
To convert one’s thought or mental vision into reality requires the activation of our emotions which is a modern term for our spirit. A low level of activity on the part of an individual is described as “depression.” During a period of depression our emotions (spirit) are turned inward and avoids verbal or physical activity. An opposite hyper activity reflects one’s emotions out of control, such as the manic individual.
A loving mother and caring teachers taught me to move with grace and poise while loving and being loved.
My work and fellow workers taught me the value of cooperation and mutual respect as well as the joy of meaningful productivity.
My faith in Jesus and our loving Father taught me to smell the roses and to pause to see the sunset as the world passes hurriedly by.
When our spirit soars it makes contact with another person’s spirit and somehow magic occurs. This magic element excites us to high energy and lofty thoughts. This magic takes place in everyday situations as well as religious ones. But in order for the event to occur, each party must be willing to believe in the other and cooperate with the spiritual elements that are present.
Doubt and skepticism keep such meeting earth-bound no matter how bright the individuals.