Imagination encircles the world.

Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.

Imagination is more important than knowledge, for knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.

I am thankful for my imagination, for it enables me to see the world in a different light and makes me realize that I am not just a small part of this universe, but an integral part of it.

I dedicate my imagination to God, because He has given me so much with which to think, imagine and dream!


Imagination is the beginning of all creation. You imagine what you want to create, and then you make it real. Imagination allows us to dream, to imagine things that are not currently in existence, and then to bring those dreams into reality.

The ancient Greeks had a word for this: phantasia. It means “to make visible” or “to make real.” It’s related to the word fantasy, which means “something that does not exist.” But even though imagination can create fantasies, fantasies cannot create real-world results without imagination.

Imagination is a powerful tool — so powerful that it’s often misunderstood by people who don’t have much of it. They think that those who have lots of imagination are daydreamers or dreamers who don’t take action in the real world. The truth is that if you want to make your life better, having more imagination is essential!

The ability to imagine something doesn’t mean that you’ll automatically be able to make it happen. But if you want something badly enough and put your mind into action toward making it happen, you’ll usually find a way. That’s how I got started in my career a musician and artist. I imagined myself doing it and then took action.

Imagination takes us to new places, new worlds, new possibilities and new experiences. It gives us the power to make things happen in our lives. Imagination is a key ingredient for success in life. If we want something badly enough, we can imagine ourselves having it already and feel satisfied with that image in our mind’s eye; this feeling gives us confidence, momentum and energy to go out into the world and make it happen!

Imagination opens up doors of possibilities that were previously closed or unseen before; it gives us a vision of things we have never seen before or thought possible until now. By using our imagination as children, we are able to expand our minds and perceive more things than if we did not use it at all; this allows us to become more creative people who see things from different perspectives than others do because of their ability to explore ideas freely without fear or judgment from others or ourselves.