Words Have Bodies That Stretch Our Imagination

By Holly BF Warren Words have bodies that stretch our imagination. Their anatomy is fascinating. They describe the structure of thoughts, ideas and feeling as they weave learning and knowledge with curiosity and questions leaving loose strings of unaccomplished answers. They jump, skip, swim, and float in our minds until something recalls them to order […]

An Epidemic of Imagination

By Gillian Judson The goal for any healthy organization is to create epidemics of imagination. (Liu, E. & Noppe-Brandon, S., 2009, pp. 207-208) In Imagination First: Unlocking the Power of Possibility (2009) Eric Liu and Scott Brandon (formerly Noppe-Brandon) consider what it would take to establish imagination as a norm in a community. They suggest […]