Imagination is a wondrous and powerful faculty of the human brain and is therefore something of which to be both wary and aware.
Sometimes imagination can be passed off as ‘truth’ when it isn’t true at all. When this happens it can cause very poor and even highly irrational decision-making on a repetitive, habitual and therefore daily basis. The consequences, like quicksand, can become inescapable.
This can be very dangerous and is often lethal. Millions of humans are losing their lives as a direct result of this kind of neurological confusion.
The more skilled the thinker the less likely one is to be confused about which ‘truth’ is really true and which one is simply imaginary.