The creative geniuses
Where does this creative spirit come from? The images of the English Romantic poets Shelley and Byron striking a heroic pose on the rooftop in the midst of an electrical storm have seduced the world into believing that all inspiration comes like a bolt of lightning. Dramatic perhaps, but it couldn’t be further from the truth. Archimedes may well have jumped out of the bath and cried “Eureka!” the instant he worked out how to calculate the volume of an irregular shaped object, but we’re fairly sure that he’d visited the bathhouse fairly often before reaching that breakthrough moment. Mozart was writing symphonies at an astonishingly young age, but is he remembered for any those early compositions? Of course not, because he had to serve his apprenticeship before he could fulfill his undoubted genius. And how many unworkable theorems did Einstein devise before he thought up his Theory of Relativity? The truth of the matter is that whichever creative genius you can name, you can rest assured that his or her creation not only took a lot of brainpower, but practice and patience as well.
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