God made me into the kind of person that puts the left side of my brain to work quite frequently. As a software engineer, I create solutions to business problems. Software, though very technical and logical, has a creative element that many people overlook. Most, if not all, of the software engineers I know dabble in some other kind of creative expression. Many of them dabble in many forms of artistic expression. I find myself not very different.
The great thing is, God created me to be creative. And, in being creative, I understand just a little better what it means to be a creator. Obviously, I don't have any idea the kinds of things The Creator is fully capable of. But, I do understand that creativity lends to further creativity. One person could write a story, and inspire a painter to paint a scene from the story. Many movies are inspired by books, many books by paintings, paintings by music, and all kinds of other creative cross-references that logic itself can't dictate. But, God understands all of these creative underpinnings. After all, he created the universe to include creativity, which I think helps creative people understand Him.
Most recently, I've been undertaking the task of re-invoigorating my art skills. God gave me at least a little bit of natural predisposition for artistic rendering (drawing, and more recently, painting) so I've been making it a point to sharpen those skills as time allows for it. I've learned a couple of things as I start to draw and paint again. First of all, God has an incredible eye for detail. If I were going to create an image that contained all of the hairs on a human head, (without a camera) that'd take me a good long while. And God did it 8 billion times. Or, at least he made the rules that make it happen 8 billion times. Second of all, God has great plans for his creations. When I work on an artistic piece without anything planned, it usually turns out sloppy and otherwise a poor example of my skills. If, however, I have a plan for a piece I work on, it turns out much better.
God planned His entire creation - which includes you and I. He designed us, engineered us, and made us into the perfect representation of a unique soul. God has great plans for us. So, it's important for us to have great plans for ourselves, knowing that God will support them. We just need to be sure that our plans aren't selfish, but instead glorify His will.