The word within it is "how" - sHOW.
There are two ways we communicate, as artists/creatives.
And we explain.
In both cases, we show.
But how we show varies, depending on which approach we take.
When we reveal, we allow others to experience something, then arrive at their own unique explanation or understanding of its context and value.
However, when we explain, we seek to influence others' experience, so that they can see how we arrive (or will arrive) at a predetermined place.
Neither is right or wrong, good or bad.
What matters is context.
From my vantage point, art reveals. While teaching explains.
Therefore, we're either artists or teachers. But rarely (if ever) both at the same time.
Which means we either show how (i.e. teach) or show so that how our audience responds it is left to them.
As you show your creative work to others, which "how" are you offering?
I hope you've enjoyed these Word-in-a-Word exercises. I have hundreds of these prepared. So this isn't the last you've heard from me on this!