Imagination Is Not Enough

Einstein could say "Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand."

Most people agree with this quote. Who am I, can say the contrary?


that's the jargon.


It's often...those imaginations are trapped inside my brain. Lingering and haunting me wherever I am, whatever I do. The story about a girl jumping into another world. The story about a princess and the last dragon in the world. The story about a girl who fell in love with a death angel. The story about restlessness, alienation, and desperation. The story about an amateur writer who chase upon her fleeing ideas...

I imagine the characters, the scenes, the atmospheres, the dialogues, the camera angles, just like playing unseen movies inside my head again and again...

Yet, I'm still not able to move my pencil dance on white papers and release them into reality...

I keep sketching and doodling in my head whenever I close my eyes. I grab my pencil, my papers, sitting in front of my laptop and keep staring at the blank spaces for hours...

Then I feel sleepy
there's journals still need to be translated
my stomach is grumbling, demanding something to eat

and the scenes I imagine are evaporated like smoke in the sky.

Sometimes...imagination is not enough. For imagination is limited to all we imagine inside our head.

Imagination is not enough...without drawing pen


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October 1, 2015 at 4:23 AM ×

Sure, noting is self-sufficing, if that's your point.
Imagination-wise, it still needs being carried out—and so does knowledge. :D

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