I am creative because I am me. There is no one else who exists that is quite like me. I am a piece of rare art that my Creator molded, shaped, whittled, decorated, and refined. And when my Creator was done, the mold was broken and thrown away. I am unique.
Every freckle on my face, each strand of hair on my head, the slant of my smile, the hue of my eyes, the curve of my chin, and even the sound of my voice show how creative I am. The distinctions between another and myself are as vast and numerous as the stars twinkling in the heavens above. I am divine art.
And it’s all of these ingenious variances that make me creative. My work, personal relationships, community, and recreational arenas are the stages where I can display my creativity. I am creative in the decisions I make and the way I handle changes, issues, and challenges. The creativity was branded in me from the beginning, and it’s my prerogative on how I use it.
I merely need to tap my creative core to release the innovation and uniqueness that reside within me. My creativity can be revealed through my style of dress, the cuisines that I devise, the poetry that I write, the music that I compose, the parties that I design, the way I express affection, the house that I build, the flowers that I plant, the budget I propose, the answers that I give in a report, or my stance on community issues.
I am designed uniquely for a purpose – to allow my creativity to flow. And as I share my talents, interests, and ideas, I can help myself and others grow as individuals.
- What makes me creative?
- How can I share my creativity in the workplace?
- Can I be creative with time management?