• Transcending imaginative limitations
    Transcending imaginative limitations
    Embodied imagination, brain, brain development
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    The job of childhood is to pick things up and to play with them. Our job is to make noises and to listen for what comes back at us. Our job is to look at what is around us, to be attracted to it and then to play with it, and to acquire experience in the actual world in which we happen to live, in the century that happens to be the active century when we get here.