Unchosen

Stemming from ancient Greek mythology, the Muses were the goddesses of poetic inspiration, the adored deities of song, dance, and memory, on whose mercy the creativity, wisdom and insight of artists, thinkers, and scientists faithfully depended.

In physics, inertia is the property of matter by which it continues in its existing state of rest or uniform motion, unless that state is changed by an external force.


So, here are some musings on love, inspiration, dependency, creativity, and the chaos and calm that manifest from the choices we make, or don’t make.


As a verb, to muse is to consider something thoughtfully. As a noun, traditionally it means a woman who is a source of artistic inspiration.


Stemming from ancient Greek mythology, the Muses were the goddesses of poetic inspiration, the adored deities of song, dance, and memory, on whose mercy the creativity, wisdom and insight of artists, thinkers, and scientists faithfully depended.


Today, a muse is any person who serves as an artist’s inspiration.

The Modern Day Muse

This is a video in which John Clay and I discuss our collaborative exploration of this subject. It will unfold on John’s new community channel RANTBOX TV via YouTube. Here is the link: The Function of The Modern Day Muse (A Brainstorm)