Wow! What a question! But I will prefer to say that it is something that we developed. As we get our way out from the tender womb of our moms, we knew nothing, we held nothing, and we claimed nothing in the first place. But behind our nothingness, a thought, a large and special thoughts had been slowly developed to our narrow minds.
This is how I understand your question. Hope it fits a little.
I believe we are born with imagination - some more than others. However, like everything else "if you don't use it, you lose it". Imagination needs to be nurtured or it can die.
I think it's a little bit of both. some people do seem more imaginative than others, whereas some children do not display imaginative traits until they are placed in a new environment where they have the freedom to exercise it. at the same time, imaginative traits could be squashed if adults tend to stifle activities that inspire imagination, so, yeah, a little bit of both.
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