“If you can dream it, you can do it!”
… And it is so important to dream: to wish for impossible, to desire unachievable, to strive for inconceivable! Because all these concepts are relative – to our current knowledge, to current progress level, and to our evolutionary advancement. In imagining and pursuing our dreams, we advance as a society: “flying machines” are invented, the most beautiful and inspiring pieces of art are created, the most eloquent masterpieces are written … And it all starts with the power of imagination, with a thought that is creative … “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible” said Walt Disney, and I trust that he had a lot of fun, as he created a place where dreams come true … “when you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way, implicitly and unquestionably” said Walt Disney, and so we shall!
Cinderella Castle, Magic Kingdom Park, Fantasyland.
“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them” said Walt Disney, a man who “helped change the national consciousness; [who] got people to believe in the power of wish fulfillment–in their own ability to impose their wills on a recalcitrant reality” Neal Gabler.
Dancing with Bears from Jungle Book, Magic Kingdom Park, Main Street U.S.A.
We would not be able to invent a new idea, or design a device, or advance a method, or write a book or paint a picture without the creative power of imagination, which is pivotal in the achievement of success in any field. “Imagination is the ability to form a mental image of something that is not perceived through the five senses … What we imagine with faith and feelings comes into being. It is the important ingredient of creative visualization, positive thinking, and affirmations” Remez Sasson.
Meeting Buzz Lightyear
Waiting to meet Mickey Mouse at Town Square Theater, Magic Kingdom Park, Main Street, U.S.A.
Keep dreaming, keep wishing, keep imagining!