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Imagination – January 18, 2016 – By Danny J. Stevens

Most children have a very active imagination! It is only when we achieve adulthood that the imagination we find is often taboo and looked upon as being childish. We grow up, or may I take the liberty to say, we die to our childhood and our imagination. There is a song in the musical “Babes in Toyland” where it states that once the door has been shut to childhood there is no going back. Actually that is a misunderstanding. It takes time to combat the years of negativity and suggestion that this is the real world and you need to have your thoughts in the here and now rather than in childish imaginings.

I don’t know about you but I rally behind someone who is able to keep or retain their imagination! I have some, but I used to have more. I am exercising my will to allow more creativity and imagination. I cannot think of any reason why anyone would impose these rules. I guess partially out of being protective and knowing that others are not always impressed with an active imagination. It is sad, as the world would be in a much better place.

We are creative creatures. We were given to dream dreams and have visions and then set out to make those things happen! It is inherent in each one of us! We just have to find it and release it from years of bondage!

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