And of course, connecting with people who are naturally creative is always a good idea.
The first is "spiritual, Biblical, and theistic", whereas the second is "natural, cosmical, and anti-theistic". Against this idea of a fixed human nature, the relative malleability of man has been argued especially strongly in recent centuries—firstly by early modernists such as Thomas Hobbes and Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
Man loves to use his imagination and not only to make laws and run town councils.
It helps to stay well informed about a range of topics, even those which are not directly related to your specific area of study. There are many idiosyncratic and particular traits of scientific interest. The discovery of the formal is despaired of. Our examination of causes must stop somewhere.