Imaginations are more important than knowledge!


We all make fantasies. Everything that appears to be true today has started with fantasies. We can imagine everything. However, the barriers of thinking in these corridors are not reduced. Many ideas are still buried deep inside. Sometimes we are not encouraged, sometimes the situation is not right. Sometimes we get so caught up in the routine that we do not allow our imagination to roam freely. Sometimes what we think becomes right there. And this is what we forget. We think on obstacles and go on stumbling. Knowledge is limited and imagination can cover the whole world. While knowledge engages the conscious world, the imagination dives into the vast ocean of the subconscious mind.

102 thoughts on “Imaginations are more important than knowledge!

  1. L’imagination au pouvoir disaient les slogans de mai 68 à Paris.
    Mais la connaissance et le savoir permettent elle aussi aux peuples de se libérer du joux des dictatures.
    Et ces connaissance aide notre imagination a se développer.
    Connaissance et imagination vont de paire !
    Elles marchent main dans la main

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  2. Ich wünsche Ihnen ein frohes Neues Jahr.

    Vielen Dank, dass Sie mir folgen.

    Ich denke, dass die Seele, die ganze Menschheitsgeschichte, in jedem Menschen freihält. Es ist mir wichtig, ein Ohr für sie offen zu halten. Die Fantasie bemüht sich oft, im Widerstreit mit der dominanten, reinen autonomen Vernunft. Neue Einsicht kommt dann, wenn ich, der Seele, ihrem täglichen Unterricht folge leiste.

    Herzliche Grüße
    Hans Gamma

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  3. Imagination is important and enriching, but knowledge, knowledge of the ages, the search for truth, is not to be discarded. Imagination and curiosity propel our knowledge and vice versa.

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  4. I’m a day dreamer myself, so Amen to this! My imaginations run wild and it can run for hours and hours especially when I’m on hermit mode 😂 you point this out very well in this thought-provoking post. Brilliant!

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