Learning and Trust LO13394

Mnr AM de Lange (AMDELANGE@gold.up.ac.za)
Fri, 25 Apr 1997 15:30:27 GMT+2

Thomas Benjamin" wrote on 11 Apr in LO13187

> On the other hand, the act of creating is a derivative of Gods nature,
> that of creation. Since man is created in God's image, I believe,
> creativity is a power/gift given to man. In this sense, I am with AT in
> his thoughts about creativity and the onus on man to nurture this creative
> potential.

Dear organlearners,

Thomas, since you have mentioned my name in the last paragrapgh, I am
oblidged to answer you. I will agree to the paragraph if you insert two
words in that paragraph, namely "degree of" just before the first
ocurrance of the the word creativity.

Creativity is the most astounding property of all creations in this
universe. It reaches its highest degree in humankind. As I now understand
it, this degree of creativity is necessary for humankind to commute with
God in the spirit.

Best wishes


At de Lange Gold Fields Computer Centre for Education University of Pretoria Pretoria, South Africa email: amdelange@gold.up.ac.za

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