He’s always coming up with ideas. Big ideas, grand ideas, raw, unfiltered, unlimited ideas. Such exciting ideas, full of potential and intrigue. These are worthy ideas! Profitable ideas! Ideas that are worth pursuing! They bubble up from his creative center, bursting into his mind, distracting and thrilling him. Each idea seems so good when it’s viewed standing alone. But each idea has to fit into the bigger picture of budget-constraints and time-limits. It is frustrating to have unlimited creativity in a limited world.
His wife is the practical one. She keeps hold of the big picture at all times. She appreciates his ideas – she’s always been in love with that brilliant and creative mind of his. She just wishes all those fabulous ideas came with instructions for how to fit them in with everything else!
Their daughter watches their dance of creativity and practicality. She loves her Dad’s creative powers and wants to see more of his ideas brought to life. It’s a conundrum. It’s a puzzle. How can raw ideas be refined so they fit into the bigger picture? It’s going to require a creative solution, a creative new way of communicating. Luckily, her Dad is a creative guy. Once the seed of an idea is planted, it won’t take him long to come up with a new idea.
Yellow Sapphire is a stone that celebrates creativity and helps us to find the right words to share our ideas with other people. It provides a calm and happy energy that is useful when people are exploring new ideas together. Yellow Sapphire wants us to be wildly successful in all of our endeavors! It wants us to be rich in money, rich in relationships, rich intellectually and rich in all the ways that makes life satisfying. So it reminds us to be a critical thinker as well as a creative dreamer. To see cause and effect, and to consider impacts and efficiencies. Because that kind of dual-thinking allows us to bring exciting ideas out of our head and into real life. Yellow Sapphire encourages us to stay true to ourselves and our ideals, while also being courteous of other people’s wants and needs. It reminds us that creative minds are capable of creative solutions, and that being practical doesn’t mean we need to dream small. If we want to dream big, and Yellow Sapphire wants us to dream big, we’ve got to be clever enough to guide our ideas into the real world.