Here is a different take on the global financial crisis by Australian cartoonist, philosopher, poet and artist Michael Leunig. In a nutshell, he is saying that someone becomes more creative and emerges to be more successful when subjected to challenges and difficulties in life. Thus, the global financial crisis may do more good than harm if taken on a different perspective.
Leunig says it is up to individuals to absorb and handle their present suffering.
"One's got to live creatively - creativity means you lose what you expect to have, but you find something better and then you grow," he said.
"If that's what's happening, I say let it happen and embrace it."
Spread optimism, creativity, and the thinking out of the box!