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Brainstorming help for your Indiginous Secrets Act mission...

I'm excited to help inspire people to create something meaningful with their own hands for this weeks action mission. I know it's not always easy to be creative, and so I'd like to offer some brainstorming help to make your mission simpler and more fun!

Step 1 - For starters, pick something simple. Pick some small bit of knowledge that people in your area have known for centuries about the land and what it offers humans. A local food, building material, water source, or even just the pattern of seasons and the useful things that appear during a certain time of year.

Step 2 - Then find a simple way to contain that information in a small object. That can be as simple as a wooden box, an empty glass peanut butter jar, or a flat stone you might be able to engrave or paint on.

Step 3 - Put your message into or onto your object! :-)

Viola, you're done! Take a picture of your object, and put it into a blog post and give a little explanation, and see how impressed everyone is, while you, yourself, can feel proud of your simple, yet meaningful work. Give your object to someone in your family or community, maybe a kid or a school teacher, and pass on that simple and important information about your part of the world. And, of course, submit your picture or blog post as evidence, and get major creativity points in the game, while doing something truly valuable for yourself, us other agents, and your world...

Oh, and feel free to post a link to your personal creations here as well, so I and other interested Agents can find it and admire it and catch the creativity fever!

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Comment by Turil Cronburg on April 26, 2010 at 2:00pm
Take a look at the amazing creative work of Agent PJE for inspiration.

Now most of us aren't going to be able to sculpt something stunning like that, but nearly everyone can collect ideas and materials to combine into something valuable to offer the world, in some way, shape, or form. Heck, if little kids can make fun stuff that people admire, so can you, right?
Comment by Reid Falconer on April 26, 2010 at 2:30pm
Great post to guild people in the right direction. Well done!
Comment by Ternura Rojas on May 3, 2010 at 12:17pm
Thanks for this Turil :-) it has been hard for me to find inspiration to accomplish this objective, thanks for your support. Ternura


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