Creativity and Aging

Chris Herman, MSW, LICSW

Aging

Practice Perspectives

2011

Art making is a form of human development, at any age, and it works its agency through the shifting of what an individual perceives as possible. As long as there is possibility, there is hope; in its absence, there is only despair. The sense of the possibility, complexity, and essential mystery of the world is what keeps the soul engaged with reality.

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