Imagination is a far different thing

Imagination is a far different thing from how we thought to use it in childhood—or maybe not. We played, we tried to see how large we could see. But we did not have the raw material we needed, nor the realization of the power of conversation. In middle adulthood we had the raw material, but we too easily got distracted with the grey cloth over our heads and so we saw nothing of the sun or the rainbow, but only the grindstone and the road ahead. Now we can see imagination and put it to work, flying high, carrying the load.

:- Doug.

Published in: Conversations | on November 26th, 2007 | No Comments »

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