Divinely drawn

4th June 2004 at 01:00
Ken, as we also call him, made the point that creativity, or a sense of having it, is something we lose as we grow older. Young children harbour few doubts, however.

He told of the six-year-old girl in a Los Angeles class, hunched over her artistic effort. "What are you drawing?" asked the teacher.

"Jesus," came the reply.

"But nobody knows what Jesus looks like," the teacher suggested.

"They will in a minute," said the young genius.

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