Imagination must enlist the body

Imagination is not simply brainstorming. Such is the daydreaming of infants, when they have not the raw material. If we are prevented from putting it to work then we are stunting the work of imagination, we are holding people back, and that is the work of nothing, of evil: That is the work of holding back divinity and divine work. So there is a factor of putting the imagination to work, on the ground. It must enlist the body. It takes hands and legs and minds and hearts to make up imagination.

:- Doug.

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