As a species, we instinctively know the imprint of our own. For example, if you were wandering about in a forest and suddenly came upon a series of tree parts lined up in a perfectly straight row tied together with string so as you can cross the river to the other side, you’d know it was another human who did it. There is simply no other creature on the planet capable of such a creation.
That’s why it baffles me when people say, “I’m not creative, I can’t make anything.” No, not everyone can build a bridge from tree scraps, but we as a species create things each and every day of our lives in varying degrees.
When you get up in the morning you put the toast in the toaster to transform it. You are the one that puts tiny brown specs into a pot of water that you made boil in order to concoct a magic potion that will keep you awake for the next several hours at least.
As you leave your home which someone built out of materials that yet another person constructed based on another person’s design you get into a vehicle which is comprised of similar principles. You then transport yourself to this and that place and go about your business.
I think you can well see my point and probably provide hundreds, if not thousands more examples than I have. So never ever say that you can’t create things. Even if it is not a Picasso, the way you conduct yourself and treat others transforms the world in which you live each and every day either materially or spiritually. There is no creature on earth with a more far reaching capacity than ours for perpetual creation. Lets be cognizant of it and use it to the best of our ability.