„The art of creation lies in the gift of perceiving the particular and generalizing it, thus creating the particular again. It is therefore a powerful transforming force and a generator of creative solutions in relation to a given problem. It is the currency of human exchanges, which enables the sharing of states of the soul and conscience, and the discovery of new fields of experience.“

— Yehudi Menuhin, In: Katie Ahlquist concept http://sparkledesign.net/Concept.shtml, Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
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