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The “What-If” In Life

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world"

-Albert Einstein

The question of, “What if?” stimulates a child’s imagination, in fact, any of us, to create pictures in our minds. Mine began as a young girl when visiting my grandparents.

             They had no TV, no computers, no iPhones. But they had radios!! We’d listen to comedy, and mysteries, read books out loud, and listened to baseball games. (I think it’s here I learned to enjoy baseball as my great-grandfather listened to any game he could find.) And at home, on Saturdays, I’d listen to “Let’s Pretend” for children. One’s imagination never stopped.

My goal in writing is to continue opening up a child’s imagination: Never telling them the meaning of an ending, or what they ‘should think,’ but making them think about the ‘what-if’ and draw their own conclusion by discovering the answers for themselves. Because, when this happens, a child has ownership in the conclusion – even if the answer is open-ended, it causes the young, and the adult, to think beyond a keyboard to use their God-given imaginations! And my NEW BOOK - IS SUCH A STORY:

    

       My new book,  "Royalty or Shepherds?  

                  A Christmas Story"

 

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