These days, we know A LOT of people who are in the middle of a seachange, ourselves  included: NOT yet knowing what exactly we’re in the process of creating, or where we’ll end up. So stumbling on this quote by T.S. Eliot was heartening and affirming. It’s just THE DEAL: in creating something new, we can’t control the process, and need to endure the discomfort of not having the answer, yet...and faith that it will come.

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3 replies on “T.S. Eliot on the Creative Process

  1. This is great. Thanks Improvised Life. I’m always feeling like this. Thank goodness I succeed to some extent and move on to the next project.

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