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The Inspiration of Innovation

“Everybody born comes from the Creator trailing wisps of glory. We come from the Creator with creativity. I think that each one of us is born with creativity.” 

- Maya Angelou 

 Innovations in Business, Apps, Biotech, Computers, AI, and other technologies can be inspiring in their potential and possibilities to dramatically shape the future for a better humanity and better Earth.

Innovation is based on pure creativity.

In our personal lives, we use our creativity to have an "inspiration of innovation" moment, where we have a breakthrough, or new insight, or an awareness of something new. 

For anyone who has any intention of helping humanity in one way or another - business, medicine, philanthropy, acts of kindness, social media, raising consciousness, healing, or any content or communication - imagination, creativity, inspiration, and innovation is an important part of the process.

Our immediate and longer-range future for humanity and the Earth is being affected by ongoing research, experimentation, discoveries, and innovations by those misfits, eccentric geniuses, pioneers, and explorers both in the material as well as the spiritual realms of life. 

Think of revolutions that have happened in the past one hundred years. Social, Industrial, Digital, Biotech, and Space. There have been milestones and turning points in our evolution and 2020 seemed to be one of those with the pandemic and the major changes as a result. 

The Codebreaker

I am a fan of the biographer Walter Isaacson.

His books include Leonardo da Vinci; Steve Jobs; Einstein: His Life and Universe; Benjamin Franklin, and The Innovators - How a Group of  Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution. I decided to buy his recent best-selling book The Codebreaker - Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race. I joined a free 30 day trial of Audible and decided to listen to the book instead of my usual routine of reading. 

I knew that I would have hours to do this as we had a road trip planned, and I was not driving. The book is amazing. I haven't finished it yet, but it fits right into the theme of a new blog that I started titled Innovation - The Future is Here. Jennifer Doudna won the Nobel Prize for biochemistry in 2020. The book includes her story and her commitment to the ethics of biotechnology, the innovation process and discovery of CRSPR, and the possibilities for humanity's future. 

If you are interested in this blog and the book Codebreaker, here's the link:

Innovation - The Future is Now. The book description can be found on the Biotechnology page.



The inspiration of innovation is happening and changing the world. 

Are we open to positive possibilities for the Earth and humanity?