Without imagination, Calvin would not be Calvin. And he certainly would not be able to lay waste and siege to the metropolis of his choice.
Without imagination Hobbes would not be Hobbes. He’d merely be fabric and fluff rather than the ferocious body guard Calvin needs him to be.
Without imagination, snowmen would be nothing more than frozen water placed in some rough approximation of human shape. That is if your approximation of human shape is three spheres stacked one atop the other and arranged to block traffic…
… or frighten the neighbors.
Yup, imagination. Without it think of all the places we’d never get to visit and sights we’d never see. We’d be pretty bored without and, pretty boring as well.
Part of the Blogging A to Z Challenge