Creativity is a dangerous word. It can separate us from “them” – from those who society thinks are gifted gifted in some way that most people aren’t. And yet when we give space in our lives to the basic requisites that nourish creativity, the creative fire can flare through any of us in a way that is resonant with our own life and talents.
In this audio interview, Roger explains why keeping faith does not require a religious code or practice. Simply by trusting the present moment as it opens up to the next, we are expressing faith, love, and generosity. Bowing to the mystery and trusting the life that is revealing itself, without struggling to control it, is what Housden describes as faith.