I wasn’t intending on writing a part two to this post. However, as I’ve been reading The Fountainhead more, I’ve had more thoughts about creativity. If you haven’t read part one yet (I recommend it), click here. In today’s post I will go over briefly one scene that I think will help define creativity.
Lately, I’ve been reading the book, The Fountainhead, by Ayn Rand. It’s about architecture and two boys who decide to pursue careers in it. Upon graduation, they pursue two very different paths to get where they want to. The story is about the consequences of those choices. In addition to generating an interest in architecture, […]
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