Gratitude from A to Z: Imagination

I am grateful for imagination.

Grateful for the ability in myself and others to conceptualize and conceive that which does not exist. The creation of new thoughts, ideas, actions, images and sounds that bring joy and delight. Imagining solutions to challenges that improve life and the environment.

What do you imagine?

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  • Krys

    Krys St Marys

    Paul says I am a little too good at imagining what could go wrong lol I blame the genetic impacts of what my parents went through and the stories I was probably not supposed to hear. I do appreciate the ability to see other possibilities in situations that appear hopeless and/or cut and dried. (Easier to see in others' of course lol) We are programmed to be too analytical to enjoy our full range of imagination but I do like exercises to flex those imaginary muscles - easier than the real ones anyway. “Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

    Paul says I am a little too good at imagining what could go wrong lol
    I blame the genetic impacts of what my parents went through and the stories I was probably not supposed to hear.

    I do appreciate the ability to see other possibilities in situations that appear hopeless and/or cut and dried. (Easier to see in others' of course lol)

    We are programmed to be too analytical to enjoy our full range of imagination but I do like exercises to flex those imaginary muscles - easier than the real ones anyway.

    “Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”

    ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

  • Rob Witherspoon

    Rob Witherspoon

    Yes imagination can go both ways - imagining the possible both good and bad. The challenge in all things is staying focused in the positive.

    Yes imagination can go both ways - imagining the possible both good and bad. The challenge in all things is staying focused in the positive.

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