Imagination is More Important

Do you ever have one of those weeks where you keep seeing the same message pop up everywhere. You see it on TV, you see it on a bumper sticker, you hear it on the radio and then you see it pop up on Facebook and Pinterest. Well I have had one of those weeks recently and this is the quote I kept seeing all over!
Quote by Albert Einstein
I am starting to wonder if "someone" is trying to send me a message. 

Or maybe I just needed a reminder that my "Imagination is more important than knowledge." As I'm getting older I'm I can say that my knowledge is decreasing (probably more my memory), but my imagination continues to sour!!

I am so grateful for the many people I interact with that continue to INSPIRE me each day. They help my imagination grow and for those people, I thank you!! And of course, THANK YOU for letting me share my imagination with you all. I appreciate that you have stopped and taken the time to ready my quick thoughts. Have a GREAT day!!


Kim said...

You are so sweet! It's a good message. I feel the same way about my memory. Thank goodness for a creative soul. It gives us peace and happiness. Have a great day. Take care. :)

Ruth G said...

Imagination is a great tool to have! As far as aging goes, my philosophy is that we have so much life experience and knowledge that we can get lost in all that we have floating around up in our gray matter and that's why we have trouble recalling one word or memory! It's like comparing a warehouse full of products (our older brains) to a house your family lives in (younger brains.) I think that's why we have imagination - because we have so much to draw on! That's just me, though! Thanks for sharing your thoughts!!!

Michelle Gray said...

Hmmm . . . It's an interesting thought, but I tend not to agree with it. At my "ripe old age" of 55 (at least right now I feel old) I see things a bit differently.
In relation to any given occupation or vocation, seems to me that knowledge (of available products), inspiration (Divine or worldly) and imagination (our mind's eye) all play equal roles in the creative process. But maybe I'm allowing my left brain be too dominate. :-) Thanks for sharing the thought provoking sentiment.

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