Imagination, where will you take me today?

Albert Einstein claimed that imagination is more important than knowledge because knowledge is limited and imagination is not. It opens an infinite number of worlds that tomorrow, may turn out to be our reality. Without imagination, life would be terribly boring.

 

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Differences are a great strength. You just have to stop being afraid of them

Everyone wants to be unique and special. So why is it so hard for us to accept that we are different? Cyprian Kamil Norwid, a polish poet, said that, as humans, “we only know how to argue and love, we don’t know how to differ beautifully and strongly”

 

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I want it but do I need it? What happens when desires become needs?

We’re used to most material things being available to us; if something doesn’t feel right, we can just change it. So, we change jobs, cars, apartments. How do we react when we can’t meet basic needs, such as seeing loved ones or moving around? Can we adapt?

 

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I’m hungry, so I’m eating. I’m sad, so...? Can we recognise and satisfy our needs?

Our needs change with age and life experience. We also feel them in different ways, because we’re all different. What we have in common is the need to meet our needs. So, how do we learn to recognise and satisfy them?
 

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