HRT #42

As children, one of the first things we are taught in school is not to daydream out the window—
it's wrong and frowned upon. I think this is unfortunate. 
Daydreaming is an essential tool which links us to our deepest creative thoughts. 
It looks as if a person is idle, when in fact, they are doing a great deal. 
With spare moments filled with screens and noise, how will we have the space and time 
to be our best creative selves?

1 comment:

  1. You're right! It's highly underrated.
    And it's strongly connected to the life force.
    Hey, I know---don't trust anybody you haven't caught daydreaming!

    from the tender of the pear orchard