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Message - Re: future WTC :a giant office building-a memorial park or a creative mixture of functionality+spirituality?

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Posted by  Paul Dremann on September 16, 2002 at 05:20:47:

In Reply to:  future WTC :a giant office building-a memorial park or a creative mixture of functionality+spirituality? posted by BRUTUS on September 16, 2002 at 02:35:04:

The old buggaboo 'creativity' provides a quiet place away from the 'responsibilities' of forming-up brick and beam. It is what we do when we have the time to dally alongside tedious biways. One who 'is a creative person' is usually appreciated within this practice and often meets another traveler, 'the critic' there by the roadside. One could become lulled into spending too much time in the vaporous atmosphere of 'the creative'. As if being suddenly awakened we are compelled to get back 'to work' from time to time, at least so we can pay the bills. In this forum, away from the main highway, history, and psychology...and creativity are spoken. There is danger in letting the 'public' live within our creations before traditional common sense/technology held sway.

 
 
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