On Inner Space, I talked to Susan about ONE'S PREROGATIVE to imagine and collate it with one's worldview, that worldview that is unique and necessary to unravel the mystery of reality. I am convinced that imagined realms of the mind are part and parcel with all facets of mental work. It is natural to hearken to one's field of dreams and to partake in those fields. It is the field of dreams that encourages us adults to press on in life, instructing and informing us to have an imaginary worldview. It is natural and necessary for adults to have something "OTHER" to support and comfort us.
I love science fiction. I have many ideas in my mind and heart, and they are my inner library for dealing with anything that I encounter in this world. I am glad that your honesty allows for "OTHER" things. Science should be fun and exhilarating as well as factual. Children do it ALL the time; it's what makes discovery possible in science as well as every other field of study.
Thankyou for being here this last month.
Mind and matter are eternally the same