Unintentional limits

This is how the world works: first we tell ourselves a story then we dream our way inside it as a way of bringing it to life. It’s why we have to be careful about the narratives we evoke or create, because they are bound by (or bind) the limits of what we can imagine, the limits of our ability to think.*
(David Ulin)

(*From David Ulin’s The Lost Art of Reading.)

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