What do people often say is a waste of time, not real,
an escape from reality?
What creates vast castles in the clouds, lone watches on gorgeous beaches, with only three things you were allowed to bring?
What can frighten us in the dark of night and inspire us in the darkest of days, lead us on wild goose chases and out of impossible situations?
Where did this
Why won’t it go away?
I hope that never happens.
IF that should ever happen, here’s what I’ll do.
Next time that happens, I will have a plan.
The human mind, a frightening, glorious, ironically tiny space. Who could have dreamt such a thing into existence?
I wonder, put down my pen, and wonder some more before continuing with
This is my daily post for the A-Z Challenge. Happy Monday!
8 thoughts on “Imagination”
What if reality were all there is? Discuss.
Keith Channing A-Zing from http://keithkreates.com
=D I’d say reality IS all there is, by definition, but reality alone can’t tell us what can be and what was before. This one made me think! Thanks Keith.
Precisely! Without imagination, there could still be past and present (though no interpretation of it), but no future. How would politics run if no-one could foresee and plan for future events? Where would medical, scientific and space research be?
And how would it be if you couldn’t imagine how it would be?
Ah, the life of imagination, writing, and creating.
Mary at Play off the Page
“A well-composed book is a magic carpet on which we are wafted to a world that we cannot enter in any other way.”
― Caroline Gordon
Well, that’s got me thinking!
Barb from barbedwords.wordpress.com
Thanks Barb! Heading over to visit your site now.
Imagination indeed. It usually offers me the best parts of my day (and the worst). I can’t fathom my live without it, or maybe I just don’t want to.