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Fresh air by the lake #TP175

World Asthma Day 2012: (WAD) The choice is your's on how you raise awareness, fresh air, pollution... www.todaysposting.com/TPAssignment.php?TP=175

 

Pic #10 in my set: " The Awakening of the Next - visualizing how innovation feels www.flickr.com/photos/connectirmeli/sets/72157629581284638/

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- What's the ultimate source of innovation of our era? What is it we'll be remembered of as innovators in the future? How does the impact process look like - the way we innovate the future through how we daily choose to behave and think?

 

“The Greeks were so committed to ideas as supernatural forces that they created an entire group of goddesses (not one but nine) to represent creative power; the opening lines of both The Iliad and The Odyssey begin with calls to them. These nine goddesses, or muses, were the recipients of prayers from writers, engineers, and musicians. Even the great minds of the time, like Socrates and Plato, built shrines and visited temples dedicated to their particular muse (or muses, for those who hedged their bets). Right now, under our very secular noses, we honor these beliefs in our language, as the etymology of words like museum ("place of the muses") and music ("art of the muses") come from the Greek heritage of ideas as superhuman forces.” - Scott Berkun, The Myths of Innovation -

www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/709307-the-myths-of-innovation "

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Taken on May 1, 2012