"Live out of your imagination instead of out of your memory."
Les Brown Memory |
"Usually, the main problem with life conundrums is that we don't bring
to them enough imagination."
Thomas Moore, Irish Actor Irish Quotes |
"To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems
from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real
advance in science."
Albert Einstein Questioning |
"Things are pretty, graceful, rich, elegant, handsome, but until
they speak to the imagination, not yet beautiful."
Ralph Waldo Emerson Beauty |
"Let your imagination release your imprisoned possibilities."
Robert H. Schuller Possibilities |
"There are moments when a man's imagination so easily subdued
to what it lives in, suddenly rises above its daily level and surveys the
long windings of destiny."
Edith Wharton Destiny |
"Faith is the substance of your positive imagination, something you
cannot see. Believing in a God you cannot see."
Chaim Bentorah, God's Love for Us: A Hebrew Teacher Explores the Heart of God through the Marriage Relationship
"It is not that the child lives in a world of imagination, but that the child
within us survives and starts into life only at rare moments of recollection,
which makes us believe, and it is not true, that, as children, we were
Cesare Pavese Believe |
"When I say the world is a figment of your imagination, I'm not suggesting
we're in the Matrix. What I mean is that your mind creates
your own view of the world."
Jason Travis, Self Confidence
Words of Encouragement |
"Before doing anything, even common activities, take a few moments
to do it in your imagination first."
Matt Decker, Super Thoughts
Inspirational Thoughts |
"When the mind is quieted and emotions are passive, concentrated
creative imagination enables us to transcend thoughts and feelings of limitation."
Roy Eugene Davis, How to Use Your Creative Imagination
"Children have this wonderful gift of imagination, untarnished by life's
harsh realities. They live and imagine freely."
Jeff Carter, Be The Best You
"The human brain or cortex (200 thousand – 2 million years old): this part
is what makes us human. It's responsible for language,
culture and art, controlling impulses, giving meaning, imagination, etc."
Jessica Minty, Willpower