Our imagination stretches the boundary of reality. It’s not important for the results to be factual or realistic. The more abstract the representation the more freedom it garners to address and question sensitive topics.

Imaginative expression is an uncommon portrayal of fundamental truth. By investing the time to disassociate the truth from the harsh, uncomfortable reality, the storyteller earns the right to suggest a reimagining.

Stories are the greatest tools we have to effect change.

What could we achieve if we spent the time first to imagine?

Andrew McQuaid

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