“Don’t curse the darkness; instead, paint a lantern: the importance of imagination, fiction and play in taming the unknown.”

“Don’t curse the darkness; instead, paint a lantern: the importance of imagination, fiction and play in taming the unknown.”

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“Don’t curse the darkness; instead, paint a lantern: the importance of imagination, fiction and play in taming the unknown.” — the title of the text the students sitting on my cold childhood sunporch had read that got them into my class but never met me as it was taught by TAs so they had no idea it was me who said to them “by the way who are you and what are you doing on my sunporch?” while I was about to move the Tandy 1000 TL off of it realizing my mother wasn’t using it in there because it was cold and that I should move it into the living room during a dream I just woke up from where my feet were cold just prior to typing this run on sentence purposely.

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