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|But so few have imagination that there are ten thousand fiddlers to one composer|
. - Kettering, Charles F. Our imagination is the only limit to what we can hope to
have in the future. - Kettering, Charles F. Soft focus is an important skill that can ...
|Our imagination is the only limit to what we can hope to have in the future. —C |
HARLES F. KETTERING their inability to understand or care about a legacy,
whether it's ours or theirs). If the concept of hope is all that important to us—and if
|New Webster's Dictionary of the English Language states; • Imagination-“The act |
of forming mental images or concepts of what is not actually ... Wallace Stevens “
Our imagination is the only limit to what we can hope to have in the future.
|The. Power. of. the. Virtual. Gathering. Place. “Our imagination is the only limit to |
what we can hope to have in the future.” —Charles F. Kettering Engineer and
inventor We should all be so grateful for the advent of enterprises like MySpace, ...
|... in their dreams. Once our imaginations project our dream limits, we have our |
logical limits of hope ... It can only emerge to its future outer limit if it is awakened
from its state of sleepy consciousness by a foreign presence. Only a spirit can ...
|made in light of God's promises to the human race as they have been revealed |
through Noah, Abraham, Moses, and ... "I decide to elaborate my identity not only
into the past but into the future as well." God's Providence also constitutes a
binding of infinite possibility, but not quite as we limit it through our vows,
promises, and plans. God's promise is that of unlimited hope. There can be a
better or a worse future, and, therefore, a better or a worse hope, but there will
never be a future ...
|But as a moral person, we must at least will to try to break through the limits of |
imagination (Anders 1956, p. 273). Anders ... We may well use the values
discovered with the aid of our emotions (in particular fear but also hope), but
these reflect our current sensitivities. How will ... If we merely try to represent the
future, we have only limited experience of what concrete technologies might do to
us. We need ...
|This conclusion creates one gigantic problem: What assurance can we have that |
what's outside is like what's inside? ... observing now, none ofwhich we have
ever observed in the past, and none ofwhich we can ever hope to observe in the
future? ... Descartes began this modern rethinking with enormous confidence. he
was convinced that there was no limit to what we can learn about a world we can
never see, so long as ... But that was only after Descartes died, filled with
Michael Alan Signer - 2000 - 461 pages
|I don't think it can be found unless she is willing to accept some sort of |
philosophical, theological, or religious answer. ... killing children as well as adults
— we can easily get descriptions of how the events happened, even details as to
why, ... The desire to close this gap is not only relevant to an exploration of the
limits of humanity. ... We are capable of understanding within the limits of our
languages and imagination. ... to understand, but they are all we can hope for as
|Real hope liberates and moves us forward. False hope entraps and leaves us, |
lisdess, essentially where we began. ... and thereby actually helps 'to invent the
future of man and to extend man's possibilities'.84 Neurotic imagination confines
our thoughts and feelings through the ideological imposition of (artificial) limits on
the landscape of reality. ... Our liberation from it can only be considered a good
thing since, as Lynch argues, where there is no genuine possibility of help, where