Creativity is the ability to develop or identify ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may be beneficial in solving issues, interacting with others, or amusing ourselves and others is referred to as creativity.
Immediacy is a trait that draws one into direct and immediate contact with something, creating a sense of urgency or excitement.
Intuition is that feeling in your gut when you instinctively know that something you are doing is right or wrong.
In my opinion, creativity comes first, followed by intuition, and last, immediacy. Creativity, as the name implies, is the act of creating or inventing something that did not exist previously. It’s an excellent technique to prepare for intuition since it sets the environment for the flexibility of creative thought to arise. Creativity is a personal process that cannot be forced; it is, by definition, spontaneous.It’s immediate, as is all intuition, and there’s no conscious understanding of how the mind came up with the idea. A good creative balances strategy and intuition, trusting their instincts just as much as their skill.
It entails appreciating all aspects of life. To take pleasure in, live, and make the most of every opportunity. It’s possible to be kind without being foolish. To give thanks to God. Knowing that there is nothing to fear if you truly understand who you are. Continue to grow as a person through reading and being insatiably curious. Never letting the kid in you die, never losing sight of the fact that you are a star, even when other stars look down on you from the firmaments. To be conscientious, yet also to have fun. To dream, but also to follow them; else, you will remain a dreamer.
The core of being alive and what genuinely makes us “human” arises from a state of enormous spiritual strength. Both spiritual and physical natures exist in humans. We unleash spiritual strength from our souls when we concentrate on becoming spiritually alive. This is what distinguishes us from the rest of the evil kingdom! Being spiritually alive also entails using our free choice and abilities of comprehension to improve ourselves and our community on a continuous basis. Knowing God, being in His presence, and traveling a path of service to Him are all part of it. Learn to be somber while maintaining the ability to laugh at oneself. To love and to be adored. And to realize that, while you are immortal, the body you inhabit is mortal. So, when the time comes, naturally let go of it.
I use this amazing website called mmm.page. What inspired me to create this is that I’m Christian who is passionate about preaching the gospel, and I wanted others to know that Jesus died for our sins on the cross. Simply expressed, no one would have everlasting life without Jesus dying on the cross for our sins. “I am the way, the truth, and the life,” Jesus declared. “There is no other way to the Father but through me” (John 14:6). Jesus outlines the purpose of His birth, death, and resurrection in this statement: to offer a road to heaven for sinful humans, who could never get there on their own. I became a Christian for a year and a couple of month. I always wanted to join the church choir due to social anxiety and panic attacks. It was kinda discouraging but I’m about to start praying about this.
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Great work on this!
This is a wonderful example of using many forms of self expression to share your faith.
I like how you have applied embedded media like images, gifs, hyperlinks (custom links) and the exciting mmm.page platform to express this. You have also explored some fun ways to experiment with type and the over posts formatting.
Thank you, great work!
Thank you so much. I really appreciate it.
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