Can we actively choose creation over criticism as members of this interconnected world?
So much energy is squandered debating and arguing about what and who is right and wrong. We often encounter situations where there is disagreement with someone’s approach or way of thinking. And it’s open to a barrage of criticism for being flawed in some way.
However, instead of joining the chorus of critics, we can choose to be creators and develop something ourselves. This decision allows us to invest our energy in creation rather than tearing down someone else’s approach.
Choosing the path of a creator requires dedication, experimentation, and ingenuity, which is why we often see more critics than creators. If we truly wish to make a healthy impact, we channel our energy into imagining and creating.
To foster a world of creators, it’s essential to embark on a purposeful quest, giving attention to constructive ideas and opportunities that we can explore and experiment with genuinely. This approach creates an environment that promotes healthy transformation.
When it comes to criticism, Marcus Tullius Cicero shared, “I criticize by creation, not by finding fault.”
Can we move away from endless debates and arguments, and toward a more collaborative and creative future?