In the end it will be your “Actions
You invoke a new future
when you envision your past
in the light of your present.
He was everything I needed because his entire character had been molded by my deepest wants and desires. He was my rock when I cried, my playmate when I laughed, and my hero when I needed to imagine that one existed for me.
I believe we have an obligation to read for pleasure, in private and in public places. If we read for pleasure, if others see us reading, then we learn, we exercise our imaginations. We show others that reading is a good thing.”
[The Guardian, 15 October 2013]
Imagination takes us to the invisible world.
I think it is because I have a habit, when I am bored or disgusted with people of stepping suddenly into my own world and shutting the door. People resent this — I suppose it is only natural to resent a door being shut in your face. They call it slyness when it is only self-defense.
Our imagination and hope become a reality if we have the courage to believe and take action to realize them.
To see things as they really were–what an empoverishment!
Every person has his secret; in reverie, unbeknown to others, he finds peace, freedom, sorrow and love.
Use your imagination not to scare you to death but to inspire you to live.