The Butterfly’s chocolate on a hummingbird’s wing: Creativity

Have you ever heard of such a thing? Do you ever wonder what your brain is thinking when it comes up with these things/ideas? How is it my grandma actually believed that when it’s time for butterflies to migrate south they attach themselves on the wings of hummingbirds for the journey. It doesn’t matter how incorrect or off that sounds. How amazing is it to think that way?

Creativity is having no set limits on how you must think. Children have the most imaginable creativity at such young ages because they are just learning and are curious little blessings. So what am I saying with all of this? Being creative is being curious, unique, different, or yes, maybe even “weird” to some people. Ever notice how “weird” things, if intriguing enough, become popular?

It’s like a fashion statement you see or a song you hear and you tell yourself “nope, that is not cool.” But then a few days later you are singing along to it, or start loving that fashion statement. It’s like a love hate relationship. It’s called creativity…and it’s awesome.

To be creative, you have to clear you mind, or maybe not. Let your mind process and spit out the creativity to your conscious. Either way, let your brain be alive and weird, kind of like when you drink coffee. What if butterflies actually do attach to hummingbird wings to migrate to feed on fragrant blossoms like sweet chocolate to us? It would be pretty awesome, you have to agree. Even though it may not be real, to me, I will always see butterflies on hummingbird wings. Call it crazy, I call it creativity!

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