Again, I introduce a very good book about "The Ceasing of Notions", which is a Buddhist tract of eliminating by forsaking the over-active imagination for THE SAKE OF ONE'S SANITY.
I read an article of the internet that denounced Buddhism as a "poison", meaning that it inhibits natural imaginative growth for the sake of "emptiness", which, I my opinion, is not a natural state for ANY person.
I prefer, Reason and Attention to the usage of the imagination for the sake of survival in this world of challenges and sufferings. I can do no better than my very BEST in any unpredictable situations that come up in my experiences through this short passage of LIFE.
I do acknowledge that there are questions, like, "how can I be sure that my imagination is being used to promote a more beneficial state of existence for myself and for others?" These are my musings at this stage in my life, right now.
I have more to learn, that is an undeniable fact of life, for me. I just thought that I would cast the line to see what becomes of this muse?
The virtue of a highly evolved being embraces all people and things and dispels the darkness which isolates them.
Hua Hu Ching-primary lesson.