Creativity is not an ontological state.
There is nothing one can be or cease to be, in terms of his existential qualities or defining attributes, that excludes him from participating in the creative process.
Creativity is about making things, building things, deconstructing things, renovating things, and designing things.
New possibilities are introduced to the world not because of what a man thinks he is, but because of what he actually does.
Creativity is inseparable from causality.
A man is creative for no other reason than that he creates.