Essay about Description of The Universe of Creativity

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My brothers and I are odd cases in relation to the rest of our family. We were, for one reason or another, blessed with the abilities to understand and perform music. Through this innate form of creative expression, I was released to the world of the right brained and found fascination in the act of creation. Due to my need to create something fresh and authentically my own, it made slim my options toward a career choice. I had to do something that would allow me to show my individualism, express my interpreted thoughts in a medium, universally understood, and allow for that idea to be nurtured by not only myself, but by others with similar quirks. My conclusion: Advertising. Other than the arts, it is an industry which represents a …show more content…
“[It] cannot simply be called into existence, often means proposing elegantly simple expressions of complex issues [and] truly express[es] ideas that are not just personal opinions but also expressions of essential truths”. Typically, when ever I experience another’s creativity in their work, it is something I label as clever or artsy. According to Robert Weisberg, a psychologist of Temple University: “Early scholars, among them Plato and Aristotle, speculated on how creative ideas came about. It was proposed originally by the Greeks that creative ideas were gifts from the gods. Specifically, the Muses; nine daughters of Zeus, each of whom was in charge of a separate domain whom played a central role in producing novel ideas. This meant that not only did the ideas originate outside the normal thinking process, they actually originated outside the person. The person served as the messenger or conduit through which the ideas were presented from the gods to the rest of us.” I believe this in turn makes creative ideas sacred. Yet, the question still remains, why is creativity an essential part of one’s work? Splitting this answer into two parts will satisfy the overall dimensions of this question. First, the reason why creativity is so essential is because it defines us as human beings. If you have ever laughed at a crude joke, you laughed because the comedian stated an outrageous opinion containing

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