My imagination fulfills my dreams even though some of the things I wanted to be is impossible to come true. I have wanted to become a millionnaire, a star and trhe weirdest thing is that, I wanted to be a superhero.
What about you?
Well mate.. You might Crack Your Egg if you try too hard to imagine all those things at once!
You have probably realised that you can achieve everything above; just from becoming a Shrink on HubPages
i heard a theory that whatever you can imagine IS happening right now.
if you can understand this, it will make sense to you or give you an aha moment (and a moment where you finally realize anything truly is possible)
if you cannot you will think it silly and ridiculous.
The list is too long for a mere forum post. Maybe a hundred Hubs or so.
--Wanted to become a World Champion rodeo rider. Didn't get that done, but did compete professionally (and fairly competitively) for a while.
--Wanted a compatible wife. Took seven tries, but got it done via my wife, Pam (we're now into our 14th year together).
--Wanted to become an all-around competent fighter by age 70. Made it by age 55.
--Wanted to succeed with my own business. It's defunct now, but did have a business that earned something like $2 million (gross) over a 20 year span.
--Wanted to be a truck driver. Did that, both long haul and in the oilpatch.
--Wanted to be a professional musician. Closest I came (to date, anyway) was $19 in tips one night in Wyoming.
Lots and lots more, but the boredom factor (with the list length) is rising fast.
Holy cow, the entire town must have chipped in! There's a reason this fine state has more antelope than pretty much any other critter, including humans.
My imagination is also the breeding ground, and in many cases the training ground, for my future goals and successes. It has almost turned into a personal hobby of mine to think of something as outlandish as possible, though still possible (even if only minimally so) and then see how long it is before I achieve it.
At any given time I have dozens of plans on a shelf in my mind; whenever I'm on a long drive or can't sleep at night, I bring one of those plans down, dust it off, and further develop it for future use. Thus far, the major things that it has gotten me are a full-time, at-home job that I love and that utilizes some of my favorite skills, and my SO. When I met my SO there was very little hope we'd ever even meet in person, but through our combined imaginations we figured it out and then he dropped everything in Alaska to come be with me in Wyoming, and now we're planning a wedding . There are many, many smaller things that imagination has paved the way for in my life, and it will continue to be an essential tool in my self-discipline, motivation, and hope for the future.
I have wanted to meet myself in a parallel universe, and many other people as well. It would be cool to kinda just check things out and see whats happenin .
Double frick, you ROCK!
Many new art pieces..ones that the techniques I am coming up with...
can not really describe them, but there are MANY!
and winning that lawsuit in 15 years and opening my own Boxer Rescue, All Big Dog Rescue, and No Kill Shelter / Farm..Ill even take horses, cows, pigs, you name it!
i honestly don't know. i don't fantasize about things anymore. i used to when i was a kid. in fact, i used to draw and make up characters all the time. however, as i got older, i gave it up. however when i was a kid, i used to love creating my own comic book series. that was the best part of my childhood.
Zombies and all manner of other things that go bump in the night.....
As for being a superhero, I think that we all had those thoughts as well.
for the record, i want a my little pony farm/park....a real one.
There isn't really that much in my imagination. I mean, I don't really spend a lot of time there, it gives me the creeps. Last time I visited Imagination Land, I got chased by super-sized Smurfs and cornered by a three headed chicken. Thought I'd be safe trying to sneak through a worm-hole... Not so much.
It isn't that I can't handle it there, I mean there was the time that I roughed up three bandits at the bar. Of course when I realized they were bandits I quickly straightened them back out and apologized profusely. But I did have the guts to spout off to Bigfoot. Of course it isn't that hard to get away from a guy who trips over himself at every step.
Well, I think I spent too long on this already. 45 seconds of my life that I will never get back...
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