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"Imagination is more important than knowledge” — Albert Einstein

Observe a group of young children for any length of time and you will see something happening that’s rare in adult life: imagination. Think about it. When was the last time you actively imagined?

When we grow up, imagination is something left to the creative class. Not busy professionals. Not mothers.

With only a few people allowed to practice being creative without judgment, is it possible we’re letting go of a part of us that defines our humanity?

Carl Jung, the renowned 20th-century psychotherapist, once remarked, “All the works of humans have their origin in creative fantasy.” You need only to peruse the drawings of Leonardo DaVinci’s flying machines to confirm his belief.

Artists and writers don’t own the rights to the imagination. Had Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, industrial designer, and engineer respectively, not come together