The Power of Imagination

I didn’t really grow up with Mr. Rogers on TV. Instead, I watched them on replay during summer days. While the set looks a little kitsch, Mr. Rogers sends out a clear message: The Power of Imagination. Without it, we have no childhood. From faraway tales of princes and dragons, to dreams of growing your own garden (be it real or imaginary), the power of imagination propels eacha nd every one of us to have a dream, a goal, a purpose. I ran across this awesome remix in Youtube that captures this awesome thought. Enjoy! 🙂

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