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|THE. CROWD. WITHIN. “Reality leaves a lot to the imagination.” — John Lennon |
It's easy to think of the world as being describable in more or less exact terms.
Indeed, in a way, that is exactly what our sciences try to do. For example, we
|5 Reality Leaves a Lot to the Imagination Human beings share the same five |
senses and the same basic neurology, yet see, hear and feel the world very
differently How do we make personal meaning from the events that befall us?
First, we ...
|"Reality leaves a lot to the imagination." John Lennon Garth drove along AIA |
North up to Palm Beach. It was a leisurely drive and could listen to some classical
music as he drove. He found Puccini's Concerto # 4 much more relaxing than ...
|Reality leaves a lot to the imagination. —JOHN LENNON If you've ever been in a |
traffic accident, you probably know how true this is. Just moments after the
accident you and the other person will begin to give your statement about what ...
|Imagination is a good horse to carry you over the ground – not a flying carpet to |
set you free from probability. ~ Robertson Davies, 1913-1995 ~ A lot of living is
done in the imagination. ~ Ralph Ellison ... Reality leaves a lot to the imagination.
|peace and brotherhood can never become a reality.... I believe that ... Saul |
Alinsky REALITY "How many legs does a dog have if you call the tail a leg? Four.
... Johann Wolfgang von Goethe "Reality leaves a lot to the imagination." — John
|Kennedy, John F. I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have |
the final word in reality. That is why right, temporarily defeated, ... Lee, Bruce
Reality leaves a lot to the imagination. - Lennon, John The shadow is what we
think of ...
|—Lewis Mumford, 'Orientation to Life,' The Conduct of Life, 1951 'Reality leaves a |
lot to the imagination.' —John Lennon It is rather strange that a professed and
complete sceptic140 like James Randi141 (www.randi.com) is prepared to ...
|Dreams Reality leaves a lot to the imagination, Dreams become reality, Reality |
becomes our dreams, We live both the outer and inner existence, With lives we
live behind the sleepy veil, Awakening only to a forgotten state, Sometimes
|And it seems to me that, as important an adult decision as voting is, we should be |
raising a generation of future voters who at least know something about all of this.
Reality leaves a lot to the imagination. —John Lennon You know, politics may ...