By Mary Beth Magee
1. You have the God-given right to be creative.
2. You have the right to nurture your creativity.
3. You have the right to apply your creativity to a variety of situations and circumstances.
4. You have the right to appreciate the creative results of others.
5. You have the right to use curiosity as a divining rod to lead.
6. You have the right to express your creativity in safe and productive ways which do no harm to others.
7. You have the right to use your creativity to make your life, your family, your work, your community, and your world a better place.
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