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  • D.R.D.
    Under the section NEW RESEARCH BY CHUCK STOCKDALE @ http://vclass.mtsac.edu:930/PHIL/CENTER.HTM there are some good quotes that speak about imagination. Some
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      Under the section

      NEW RESEARCH BY CHUCK STOCKDALE @

      http://vclass.mtsac.edu:930/PHIL/CENTER.HTM

      there are some good quotes that
      speak about imagination. Some of
      the examples include:

      NEVILLE: p.19 –"There is only one
      thing in the world, Imagination,
      and all man's deformations of it.

      TWITCHELL: P.221- "There is only
      one thing in the world, imagination
      and all man's deformations of it.

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      NEVILLE: P20- "By imagination we
      have the power to be anything we
      desire to be. Through imagination
      we disarm and transform the violence
      of the world. Our most intimate as
      well as our most casual relationships
      become imaginative as we awaken to
      "the mystery hid from the ages."
      That Christ in us is our imagination.
      We then realize that only as we live
      by imagination can we truly be said
      to live at all.

      TWITCHELL P.221- "By imagination we
      have the power to be anything we
      desire to be. Through imagination we
      disarm and transform the violence of
      the world. Our most intimate as well
      as our most casual relationships be-
      come imaginative as we awaken to the
      mystery hidden from the ages. The ECK
      in us is our imagination. We realize
      that when we live in imagination,
      only then can we truly be said to
      live at all.

      *********

      The mystery hid (or hidden) from
      the ages? That Christ in us is our
      imagination? The ECK in us is our
      imagination? Hmm....

      *********

      Some others:

      NEVILLE: P23- "Imaginations's birth
      and growth is the gradual transition
      from a God of tradition to a God of
      experience. If the birth of Christ in
      man seems slow, it is only because man
      is unwilling to let go the comfortable
      but false anchorage of tradition.

      TWITCHELL: P221- "Imagination's birth
      in man, rather his awakening to its
      power and growth, contains the gradual
      transition from a God of tradition to
      a God of experience. If the birth of
      this faculty seems slow, it is only
      because man is unwilling to let go the
      comfortable but false anchorage of
      tradition.

      Etznab
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