Now as I close out this discussion on creativity, I would like to conclude with an answer to the original question I posed at the very beginning of this creative journey, "has our definition or our understanding of creativity changed over the years?". Through Guilford, Unsworth, and Digman's Theories we've seen the progression of our perception of what creativity is change with each new discovery of the components of creativity. Coupling these theories with the United States patient office we've determined that our definition for creativity has narrowed, but is understandably vague to incorporate the definition of all aspects of creativity. Through music and social media we've seen examples of the ample opportunities to be creative every day and some of the benefits that go along with being creative. And lastly, we've learned through Trent Wadsworth how society's value on creativity has changed over the years along with hearing of a personal example of how the creative process is viewed. The entirety of this website has been to prove not only that our definition and understanding of creativity has in fact changed, but also to shed some light on an otherwise aloof subject. Creativity can be understood and compartmentalized, but to fully understand what creativity is I urge you to seek for yourself what creativity is through the best teacher available: experience.