Creativity Challenge Day 38

Creativity Challenge 38

The Challenge here is to use your creative talent to bring light into the current distress in the world around you, in whatever form that talent takes. Please remember that we are reaching out to a world that is facing upheaval and possibly a great number of changes. Let us reach out to that world and bring it the lessons we have learned by becoming artists and writers.  You may use images, photos, music, poetry, prose, short story fiction, personal essay, or whatever suits you best. I will post one word a day, adding a few of my own thoughts about the word. The rest is up to you. You may post as many times as you like, and may use old or new pieces, as you choose. When you have finished creating your post, return here and leave the URL in the comments section below. Then post it to whatever social media you are involved with. If you are not connected to some form of social media, consider joining one now. If not, say so when you post, and I will attempt to post it on mine, which is Facebook.

Word for Today


Release or ease from pain, distress, or discomfort. A positive change. Help when or where it is most needed. Replacement during a time of duty, or work. What relief would you most like to see in the present moment. What would bring relief to our current situation/s? What can we, as individuals, offer to our world, friends, family, neighbors to ease their distress and discomfort?









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8 Responses to Creativity Challenge Day 38

  1. Pingback: Creativity Challenge 38 – Relief – Ladyleemanila

  2. Sherry Marr says:

    Hi ho, still very tired from traveling, but managed to scribble something. Not very good but used yesterday’s and today’s words. The other night, the small bus drove through very treacherous snow and icy conditions. We all were quiet and praying when suddenly I looked to the side and saw the trees, looking more beautiful than I have ever seen them, so loaded with snow their branches drooped over us as if protectively……..they were stunning. I only wish we could have stopped and gazed, but of course we had to keep moving.

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