Greatness is Difficult to Imagine


Try to imagine world without the invention of…

…internet? …telephone? …airplanes?  …electricity? …combustion engine? …steam engine? …the wheel?

It’s a lot different world. I am asking this because when it comes to most inventions, someone has had to imagine something that hasn’t existed before actually doing it. Although many cases also the discovery links up with the application, meaning that we find application to the random occurrences.

In the same way as the greatness inventions are difficult to unimagined, they are difficult to imagine.

The powers of imagination are unimaginable.

“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” — Albert Einstein

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