Wednesday, October 17, 2012
T-114 : Mindly Imaginations
I was listening to a podcast the other day in which they actually said "Imagine in your mind...". I couldn't help thinking that the phrase seems redundant. Is there really a difference between "imagining" and "imagining in your mind"? Where else could you imagine something BUT in your mind? I imagine (in my mind) that I'll hear some good comments on this one.