What Would You Do If You Could Imagine Life Without Fear?
“Imagination is more important than knowledge, more than strength, and without imagination, nothing can be great. I live in hope that one day we will be able to look back on this planet with wonder and say that it was not only a great place, but it was also a place where imagination was possible.” – Albert Einstein
There are no restrictions when it comes to expressing your inner self in the form of art. One could easily draw pictures of themselves to show the world the kind of person that they are. There is a big difference between painting something in a garish color to prove that you have an addiction problem or simply to display your artistic talents and abilities to the world. The truth is, we are all addicted to some degree to our own image; whether it be in appearance or in the way that we act and communicate.
As a child, I used to play with my favorite toy, the wooden train. Now granted, I am well into my forties and have had a train for as long as I can remember, but what I like about the wooden train is that he never ran out of steam. He would always be traveling from one end of the country to the other, bringing me to places that I had never been. In the midst of a snowstorm he would stop dead in his tracks and move even further south. He was always looking ahead to the next challenge that he would face.