To be creative, to have creativity, and to create, all of these are things that each individual possesses. Creativity can be described as the need and yearning to make something have value, sparked from inspiration and made a reality. Creativity occurs in the frontal lobe, one of the four lobes in the cerebral hemisphere. It controls attention, behavior, abstract thinking, problem solving, creative thought, emotion, intellect, initiative, judgment, coordinated movements, muscle movements, smell, physical reactions, and personality. Therefore, everyone is able to be “creative”, but rather, it is the human mentality that limits how “creative” one can become. Although the frontal lobe is responsible for creativity, it has also been known that other parts of the brain can interact with different parts of the brain. So this means that not only is the frontal lobe responsible, but rather your brain, or rather… you. You are creative.