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Imagination by Lew Duffey





The dictionary defines imagination as the image-making power of the mind; the power to create or reproduce ideally an object or sense of what was prevously percieved; the power to call up mental images.  Albert Einstein once said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.  For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.


My imagination is limited only by my mind.

If I can broaden my mind to reach into the unknown there are wonders there to find.


If my mind is narrow there are pictures I may never see.

There are things I may never try to do and that would be a loss to me.


For with a mind that will expand as my imagination leads, it looks beyond the sun.

The imagination can plant seeds of accomplishment of an elevated purpose and great wonders can be done.


The mental image of something that has not yet come to be

Has spurred man on to fly into space far above the sea.


Do not put a limit on your imagination for it is a gift from God who gave it to us at our very inception.

The imagination is truly a notion upon which many inventions had their birth due to its conception.


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