Several sails thinking about adaptability

Several Clues on How Adaptability Will Unite Smoothly for You

A struggle arises in adaptability between facts and imagination. How we merge the two attributes together is the challenge we need to pursue with a happy medium. Let me explain…

Facts: Frigid and Cold

Facts are:

  • Frigid.
  • Cold.
  • Immobile.
  • Irrefutable.
  • Undeniable.
  • Indisputable.

In the long run, facts pellet us consistently with rigorous equations of ultimate truth and indisputable certainty with no hesitation.

Indeed, we modify fittingly to get far away from the facts because they are sharp and beyond dispute. But, like a very beautiful rose with razor sharp thorns, facts always come back again and again.

Imagination: Deliberately Enigmatic

Imagination is

  • Mysterious.
  • Deliberately enigmatic.
  • Playful.
  • Giddy.
  • Almost like an instinct.

For this reason, imagination senses all of our faculties, creating new dimensions and planes of existence that we didn’t even comprehend a second ago. As a result, it is nirvana, a dream on the dream on the dream, a vision of almost biblical proportion.

Maybe even too controlling in our consciousness to break free of our “happy place” in adaptability, imagination is the pulse of the emotional tie that is both very comforting, yet, in some keen intuition, disturbing, too.

Adaptability: No Bumps in the Road

The conflict between facts and imagination in adaptability is broad and very complex; a premise that we wake up deep in the night not quite with a nightmare, but disturbing nevertheless. Not that it plagues us, but it is very nearly the flavors of a touch of a headache that may turn into a migraine soon.

The leading of this impassioned way is to shape a cloth that is both harder on facts yet squishy to imagine ongoing. Thus, to marry the two together consistently and running smoothly with no bumps in the road in adaptability is our key.

Is it easy to understand?

Absolutely.

Will it take commitment, risk-taking ability, and guts?

Sure.

Is it worth it?

That is up to each individual person to debate and meditate.

To adjust oneself to different conditions is to explore… savor it.

Herb Silverman

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