Imagination

56 I don’t know why but I have been getting a lot of positive feedbacks on my writing skills lately. It’s been quite some time I haven’t written anything; maybe I just have grown a lot lazier than I was before. But finding out that some people actually read my blog, I guess I would be letting them down if I don’t write something soon.

I started imagining all sort of thinks that I could possibly write about. Maybe I will write some fiction or write about some recent controversial issues or maybe write the changes and twists and turns

My life has been through (The transitions within me are crazy!). Well, I had imagined hundreds of situations and hundreds of possible stories that I could write on but I still couldn’t get the right dose of encouragement. Then, I have this crazy imagination of me writing about my imagination in my imagination. Inception! :P I don’t really know if normal people imagine as much as I do. I idolize and imagine every situation and create a perfect scenario of the environment I see within my head. It’s not I intend to do so….it just happens! I can’t help it….my brains too awesome ;)

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Imagination is normally in an artistic way but maybe my imagination is impaired that the art in it is not present. My imaginations are more materialistic! Let’s take an example, if I am seeing a UN conference or some MUN stuff(I just read about a MUN going to happen in India!), I see myself participating there as a delegate of my nation and discussing the most delicate issues of our country which would end by everybody applauding on my fabulous presentation followed by discussion where the majority would promise for support for my initiation. Well, that’s not it! Then I imagine doing great things, helping people, combat poverty blah blah blah. And the imagination ends with me being the Secretary of United Nations having a meeting with Barrack Obama on the issue of South Sudan. The imagination is vivid and very lively. Sometimes, I guess I am Crazy!

Similar things happen when I need to talk to somebody on some issue. I visualize a perfect scenario doing the entire talking and the entire thing going smooth and good. But in reality, Imagination just keeps high expectations! Songs of John Lennon and Speeches of people like Martin Luther King and Abdul kalam always encourages Imagination. Maybe that’s the reason my imagination is getting vivid and more detailed day by day! :P

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I did some research on Imagination, day dreaming and stuffs and looks like imagination creates an alternate reality in your brain. Science says imagination is awesome! Actually, Imagination is like a simulator that creates a new reality in our brain letting us perceive what would happen in a certain scenario. Most of the times a lot of people can come to certain conclusion what result they would get just by imagining doing that thing. Imagination sounds pretty crazy at times but I believe Imagination are the real dreams! They set your expectations and it is up to us if we are going to be driven by that imagination to make that alternate reality an actual reality!

So, Keep your imagination alive!

Cheers!

 

 

"Imagination is more important than knowledge"  – Albert Einstein

“Everything you can imagine is real.” - Pablo Picasso

“Imagination is the golden-eyed monster that never sleeps. It must be fed; it cannot be ignored.” - Patricia A. McKillip

“Stories of imagination tend to upset those without one.”  - Terry Pratchett

 

- Prakrit Nepal
   Colby Sawyer College,
   New London, United States

 

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