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What enables some people to get big creative breakthroughs while others only get small and non -creative breakdowns, blaming themselves and society? Are some people “gifted“? Are there other factors （21）______work-factors that we have more control over than we think?
While nobody can deny the （22）______ that some people seem to be blessed with particular creativity, research shows that any one can （23）______ their chances of coming up with new and original ideas （24）______ they would only engage themselves more in the process of （25）______ It's the old Thomas Edison thing about “discovery （26）______ 99 percent perspiration （汗水）and 1 percent inspiration. （27）_______ the studies prove this great creative breakthroughs usually happen only （28）_____ intense periods of struggle. It is sustained effort towards a specific goal （29）_______ eventually prepares for great creative insights.
This kind of sustained effort does not always （30）______ immediate results, a fact that not only separates the innovators （革新者）from non-innovators. but （31）_______ leads some people to conclude that it is just not （32）______ for them. “Maybe I should have gone to medical school like my mother wanted.” they wonder when the breakthrough is （33）______ to be found Alas, one forgets during inevitable encounters _34 _self-doubt. that the big surprise is never （35）______.Indeed. it can happen at any time and place.
Cirque du Soleil (say it: Serk du So-lay) is being accused of out-dated thinking about the dangers of AIDS.It is a modern acrobatic circus from Canada that tours in the United States and other countries.
Last April, the company fired Matthew Cusick because he was HIV positive.This was after he spent four months learning his part in an act.
A spokesman for the circus said Cusick was fired for safety reasons.They said he was a danger to others.
Hundreds of people picketed a show in San Francisco.They said that firing him was not legal.
Cusick says the company knew he was HIV positive when they hired him.It was not fair to let him put so much time into learning his act, and then fire him before he performed.
He says he is not a danger to others.People can only get AIDS if infected blood contacts another person's blood, or open wound.
The company says what their acrobats do is very, very dangerous.They perform tricks without nets.Someone might fall and get hurt.It could be bloody.They say it is too risky to let a person with HIV take part in an act.
People who run the circus say it hurts to be accused of discrimination.
Matthew Cusick says he feels hurt that he can't perform in the big blue and yellow tent.
Dozens of artists, actors, writers and entertainers got involved in protesting the firing of Matthew Cusick.Some names you might know are: the Actors' Equity Union (45,000 members), Rosie O'Donnell, Rod McKuen, and Chad Allen.They also protested at a showing in Orange County.They said "HIV discrimination is unacceptable."
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