Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Alice in Wonderland

No! I am not going to tackle about a fantasy film in my first ever blog post. The title just suits the blog concept perfectly. The core reason why I opted to launch this blog is for me to have a means to share my fantasies to the world. I would be more than delighted to have someone ride along with my wildest imaginations, bizarre dispositions in life, and my quest to satisfy my limitless curiosities.
As passionate as I can get, I awfully enjoy my so-called adventures in Wonderland. Every so often, I catch myself in a dream state while awake. I usually think of pleasantly strange thoughts, my hopes and ambitions, and even out of this world ideas. The best part of this practice is there are no restrictions. As crazy as it sounds, it is the only place I am able to find answers to mysterious questions which reality couldn’t offer so far. Isn’t that pretty exciting and intriguing?
Unfortunately, I decided to keep the introduction short and sweet to trigger even the tiniest amount of your curiosity.
“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.” ~Albert Einstein

1 comment:

  1. As we look at the stars and let our minds wander into the many galaxies, we come to feel so small and insignificant that anything we do, say, or think seems completely useless. But if we look into our souls and let our minds wander into the endless galaxies of our interior lives, we become so tall and significant that everything we do, say, or think appears of great importance.


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