'What' and ‘if’ two words as nonthreatening
as words come. But put
them together side-by-side and they
have the power to haunt you for the
rest of your life: ‘What if?'..."
What if I am the President of the country? What if you are Bill Gate’s son? What if we are immortal? And what if the World’s gonna end tomorrow?
That’s called Imagination, the key to our mind palace.
I am imagination. I can see what eyes cannot see. I can hear what the ears cannot hear. I can feel what the heart cannot feel...That’s how Peter Nivio Zarlenga once defined imagination.
Hogwarts and Neverland…those imaginary places seem almost real. Have you ever left the theatre feeling like you were in that movie? Or read a book and imagined you are the favourite character? Think of being one from Harry Potter or Peter Pan in the world of magic and fantasy...
What if you were always the winner and never a loser? What if there’s no such thing as “Impossible”? What if gossip was just history…having no rumours and nobody talking behind your back?
I believe imagination is used to create a perfect world inside our mind. Imagination is one’s ability to form mental images and to remember, create, dream and improvise. Everyone has this ability, even the lecturers who prompt from old notes! It’s just that you have to let your imagination run free... as free as a bird from a cage and see how it runs wild.
In our learning process, Imagination plays a key role by converting things we gather from our senses into a picture to imagine. Your imagination, expresses a great deal about your real self because no one is demanding you any expectations there.
Imagination is a massive power that has a great role and value in everyone’s life. And it’s a lot more than just day dreaming. In fact, day dreaming actually is one from of imagination. But too much idle day dreaming might make one impractical. A developed and strong power of imagination does not make you a day dreamer. On the contrary,...
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