The Creative Spirit
For many, an “idea” is a beautiful thing to have - it inspires, it excites, it provides beautiful potential to what could be. People love ideas, and hold them up in high regard. People go as far as evaluating ideas - if they are good ideas, or bad ideas.
But people some how associate “creativity” with the creation of ideas: a misconception that “someone who is creative” equates to an “idea-person”.
To a creative, ideas aren’t real. They are nothing beyond neurological activity that manifests nothing into existence; by definition that isn’t creative because it doesn’t create.
To a creative, an idea is the first point of failure. And to rectify this failure as quick as possible, is to turn the idea into something concrete, tangible, and real.
That’s the creative spirit: the itching desire to rectify how useless ideas are, and make them real.
Creativity = Create something.