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Sacred Anatomy Untitled Document
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Chinese: 创造力 - creativity; the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like, and to create meaningful new ideas, forms, methods, interpretations, etc.; originality, progressiveness, or imagination.
Etymology: 创, chuàng (creativity; originality; to begin; to found) + 造, zào (to make; to build) + 力, lì (imaginative power; force; strength; endurance; affinity).
[Niken Anindita - Island]
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to put in writing.
Etymology: back formation of scrivener, “writer”, from Middle English scriveiner, alteration of scrivein, from Anglo-French escrivein, from Vulgar Latin *scriban-, scriba, alteration of Latin scriba, “scribe”.
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"But it would be a really beautiful thing if we could all just wear what we wanted, without it meaning something."
Casey Legler
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Zion National Park, The Subway by kevin mcneal on Flickr.
Here you will find fantasy, imagination and madness;
Anatomy, biology, and medicine;
Hopes, dreams, and thoughts;
Ice, clouds and shadows;
Lost things, broken things
and things I hold dear.