Building Sandcastles … not necessarily a bad thing!

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Have you been flexing your imagination lately?

Your mind needs nutrition from many types of sources. One is experience, you know the “hands on” learning type of thing. Another is from performing daily responsibilities in life. And ideally your experience and responsibilities learn to coexist in a comfortable relationship as you become wiser through the doing.

Of course, as we know life isn’t quite that simplistic. We fall down and often no one is around to kiss our “boo-boo’s” to make us feel all better.

This  is where imagination comes in, belonging right there in the mix of hopes, dreams and wishes. We need imagination as a form of mental nutrition/stimulation too. (Some of our past and present geniuses ‘genii’ have often referred to imagination as being exceedingly beneficial in their own works.)

Our imagination allows us to be free from within and often its liberating on the outside too.

So use your imagination, I recommend at least one teaspoon of “magic potion” (your imagination) a day for optimal health!

Have fun dreaming! In your imagination you rule!

~ Penny

14 thoughts on “Building Sandcastles … not necessarily a bad thing!

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  2. I once imagined how mad life would be if our thumbs were put on backwards…then of course I had to devise a whole theory on why we would have evolved like that and why the backwards humbs would have been useful, I spent hours on that, then promptly forgot because I saw a shiny thing.

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