So from what I've come to understand per experience, the hidden agenda almost serves as a second creative function to an individual developing in their psyche. And actually, it's the hidden agenda, rather than the creative, which individuals consciously realize within themselves is an area where they would like to further their abilities. Most people realize that their skills associated with their hidden agenda offer the most obvious route for personal development, and will make some at least semi-serious attempt in their lifetimes to do something to aid in its growth. While the creative function acts with information flowing out creatively, second-nature to an individual, as water in a river... information generated by the hidden agenda also flows out with some degree of creativity, albeit more like a periodically glitchy factory pumping out a product with fixed and limited parameters.
Any thoughts on this?