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Friday Inspirational Quotes

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Pablo Picasso

There are some unarguably distinctive differences between human beings and animals. One of them, of course, is language. We speak, we use complex grammatical constructions, we produce abstract terms, etc. Another one is that we don't live in the planet's natural habitat, or at least don't do it anymore. We build cities, connect them by roads and highways, live under roofs, travel by cars and planes. In other words, we construct our world within the natural world. Everything that is surrounding us was once in our imagination. Each object that we are used to and utilize on daily basis, was once made by another human being. It is fascinating how we transformed the raw materials of our planet into the world we know today. It is, basically, like we brought out our consciousness and materialized it. What once looked like science fiction is a common fact today. So, don't limit yourself and set free your imagination. As Pablo Picasso once said: "Everything you can imagine is real."


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