How to Tell Your Story : By Kindra Hall

We were in the minivan. I was 12 years old, traveling north with my family down rural Minnesota roads on the way to our small lake cabin for the weekend. The scene in the van always looked the same. My father drove and listened to the Twins or Vikings game on the radio, my mother read her book and complained about having to read over the sound of the game. I, too, read from my seat in the middle…
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The Real Purpose Of Imagination.

There is a great deal to be said for the process of imagining and visualizing in advance of actually performing or creating that which is desired. The imagination is a rich and fertile ground for creating that which you wish to see in your sense of material reality, and it…