Wonderment | Creativity

“They were all astonished and praised God, and were filled with awe, saying ‘we have seen strange things today’” (Luke 5:26).

Albert Einstein tells us that the work of the true scientist begins, not in anything he or she can see but in a certain attitude. It begins in a sense of awe and wonder. He tells us that without a sense of wonder we might as well be dead, for it is the beginning of all true art and science. In other words, astronomy did not begin when an astronomer looked at the night sky through a telescope; it began when a little child said, “Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder what you are!” We can easily miss…

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