“‘Imagining things’ has been made equivalent to ‘insanity.’ It is a common derogatory statement to say that one is ‘imagining things.’ It is a nullifying criticism to say that one experiences delusion. The child is particularly subject to a bombardment of criticism for being imaginative. …
“We see that imagination is valuable and vital, both to creating tomorrow’s realities in the society—the invaluable contribution of the artist, writer and composer—and in the practical computations of everyday living, and that it should not be discounted in value in the rational human being.”
“A kind heart is a fountain of gladness, making everything in its vicinity freshen into smiles.”
Author, Washington Irving
Your action for today is to be kind to a stranger and notice how it makes you feel.