“The imagination can perhaps be excused if it daydreams now and then, that is if it does not cautiously hold itself inside the limits of experience; for it will at least be enlivened and strengthened through such free flight, and it will always be easier to moderate its boldness than to remedy its languor. That the understanding, however, which is supposed to think, should instead of that daydream – for this it can never be forgiven; for all assistance in setting bounds, where needed, to the revelry of the image depends on it alone.”
As much as we dwell in our thoughts and desires to wander to the far reaches of our imagination, we are still bound by the limits of our moral boundaries that prevent us from making those crucial choices.
Don’t allow our reasons for our promiscuous thoughts undermine our morals. For every wrong deed executed…
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