News - 15 October 2014
The creative room
The result could seem obvious, almost trite, but it really isn’t at all. When research is done seriously and with rigour, the results are a blessing for anyone who knows how to read them, as reported by a lovely article in GdA on children’s desires. Through a survey of 6,000 European families, the study titled "State of Imagination" reveals how children dream of having their own “personal space” as much as they want a new toy. A "space of their own" where they can play, dream and grow. This is proof, if anyone still has doubts, that intelligence needs an equal measure of intelligence to develop harmoniously and achieve happiness. In addition to love, of course.
Inspirations - 24 June 2020
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