Thirteen years ago, the expert in the sphere of creative thinking, Sir Ken Robinson, made a speech at Ted talks with the theme “How Schools Kill Creativity.” He began his speech with one short entertaining story.
“A six-year-old girl sat in a drawing lesson and enthusiastically painted something on the back desk. However, she did not pay attention to the teacher’s words: she was completely immersed in her own work. The teacher became interested, went up to the girl and asked: “What are you drawing?” The girl replied: “I am drawing a portrait of God.” The teacher laughed: “But no one knows what God looks like.” And the girl said: “Well, I’ll finish soon and everyone will know!”
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