Primitive Progression

Misuse of our imagination is a primitive manner of thinking.

A characteristic of primitive humans was their inability to separate their imagination and dreams from the objective world. We see the same human tendencies to project our ideas onto the real world in progressive ideas. The inclination to take ideas about what the world should be and expect it to come to fruition is not…

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Thomas St Thomas

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I’ve got questions. Writing helps me find the answers. Husband, dad, Afghan vet, healthcare process consultant, former fitness guru.

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