Almost all my cousins are here
… and all hell has broken loose.
“It’s the same feeling as playing music. When the instrument is in tune and you sustain a note, you’re not just hearing a note in tune: you can actually feel it. It resonates and almost vibrates your body in a certain way. It gives you as close a feeling as you can have to instinct as you can recreate it… The “Aha!” moment is the feeling you get when you’re totally in sync with what you’re doing and there is no difference between the note you’re playing and the note you’re hearing; or what you’re making and what you’re trying to communicate.”
In this fantastic interview over at The Great Discontent, writer, designer, editor, and educator Liz Danzico, NPR’s first-ever creative director, echoes Tchaikovsky on the exhilaration of creative flow.explore-blog)