Imagination: The Fifth Step

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Jules Verne is quoted as saying, “Anything one man can imagine, other men can make real.” I would have to agree with this. As a child I use to watch Star Trek. The technology that was dreamt on that show was incredible. From hand held communicators to phasers, that show had it all. But surprisingly, as the years progress more of that technology is becoming reality. Now, my telephone, which use to hang on the wall, is now “cellular” and has more processing power that most PCs in the 1990’s.

Indeed our imagination is powerful. It is what crafts the intricate details of our desires. It allows us to see what we want.  Knowledge is the bridge that brings our imagination into reality. All we need to do is build our knowledge and apply our imagination. Our minds are the greatest processor on earth. We not only dreamed of flying to the moon, but we have walked on the moon.

What is your desire? Is it to be rich, or is it to be successful? Maybe your desire is for a better vehicle. Whatever the case may be, there are steps that must be taken in order to transform your desire into reality. And when you get to the step for imagination, set in silence and picture your desire being a reality. Picture every little detail until you know that it will be yours. The only thing that holds us back is us. We are the primary reason why we do not get what we desire. Do not allow yourself to be your roadblock. Believe in yourself and believe in your dreams.

Thanks for taking the time to read, and may we all be able to imagine our desire.

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2 thoughts on “Imagination: The Fifth Step

    chrisseeger54 said:
    May 11, 2015 at 4:56 pm

    Our imaginations can unlock the solution to any problem we as human beings can face. If the solution doesn’t exist it’s because someone hasn’t thought of it yet. I enjoyed your article.

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    chrisseeger54 said:
    May 11, 2015 at 4:59 pm

    Our imaginations can unlock the solution to any problem we as human beings face. If the solution doesn’t exist it’s because someone hasn’t thought of it yet. I enjoyed your article.

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