The Fight of the Zombies just got Creative

How do you come up with your creative ideas?

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I recently watched a movie called “World War Z”, a great zombie movie.

I love Zombies, it just marvels me how some of the most amazing story ideas of the undead keeps coming back to entertain us.

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  1. Zombies can only sense and attack the living;
  2. Zombies are no longer slow, they have speed and can jump;
  3. Once infected, they turn instantly;
  4. They are more fierce than ever.

Where am I going with all this?

One of the key messages in the movie was to always pay attention to messages around you for ideas and answers, or even little hints that people usually miss because they are distracted by their own chaos.

Sometimes the answers to our problems may appear right in front of us, yet we get so engrossed with the chaos inside us, that we miss seeing the solution.

If you first learn to calm the chaos and find your center, you become open and available to the messages around you.

In the movie, although Brad Pitt played the leading role, he was protecting a scientist who was seeking to find a cure. The scientist was scared and wanted to escape the zombies, he tripped and fell and accidentally killed himself. He was their only hope and now all signs of hope was gone.

But, it was the scientist who told Brad Pitt to become aware of the little signs, around that will show solutions, when you think clearly.

If zombies only attack the living, what about those infected by disease or the terminally ill? Are they immune?

Well, you just might want to watch the movie to find out what happens in the end.

Where do you come up with your creative ideas?

About Alison Laverty

Alison Laverty is a Singapore born Eurasian of Portuguese descent. Specialising in multimedia, Alison creates photo slideshows and video production for families and businesses. Her mission is to help people honour life by celebrating and recognising their achievements through photographic and video memories.