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AS MR. LENNON EXPLAINS IN HIS SMASH HIT ‘IMAGINE’, YOU, THAT IS, ‘THE PUBLIC’, “MAY” RECOGNIZE HIM AS A “DREAMER”, AND, IN YOUR NAIVETY, IMAGINE HE IS THE “ONLY ONE”, BUT HE THEN, IMMEDIATELY, ASSURES YOU THAT THERE ARE MANY OUT THERE AND THAT HE “HOPES” YOU WOULD JOIN THEM

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Well, would you?

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“NATIONS NOT SO BLEST AS THEE MUST, IN THEIR TURN, TO TYRANTS FALL, WHILE THOU SHALT FLOURISH GREAT AND FREE: THE DREAD AND ENVY OF THEM ALL”

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“Don’t sweat it”

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Not many can, lots can’t. That is, what I mean to say is, there are countless individuals out there (in the world), like yourself, who “can’t even imagine”. So, as I stated in the title of this post, “Don’t sweat it”, it’s no biggie, I assure you.

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This is the latest in the “Imagine Series”. The purpose of which has been lost in the mists of time, but was, without a doubt, of great significance.

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NO CAN DO

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Nope. No way. No how.

Hello, Internet Pals, this is, Jack Horrorchild back with the 5th edition of the marvelous ‘IMAGINE SERIES’. In this particular digital image (as presented below) I ask myself to imagine (daily, if at all possible) the idea of having no possessions. This, I must confess, was an “experiment” over before it began for the very good reason that there is no way in hell I am giving up my stuff.

And, furthermore, though I am sure it is damn inconvenient to the vessel being inhabited, I cannot even begin to imagine imagining there being no possessions of the kind portrayed in the 1974 film, ‘Beyond the Door’ featuring the song, ‘Bargain with the Devil’, which I highly recommend you give a listen.

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This is the fourth in the ‘IMAGINE’ series

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What does “I can only imagine” mean?

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“Means what it means like someone is rich and they tell you im so rich i can buy anything i want, i would say i can only imagine, or another scenario someone comes back from the iraq war and they tell you about all the stuff they went through, well you wouldnt know unless you were there too so you could only imagine what he/she went through”

confusious

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There is little else left to be done

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No. 3 in the ‘Imagine’ series

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“Why not?”

That is the response I gave when first I did think to even imagine that God was talking to me. I mean, perhaps if I had spent an appropriate amount of time considering what it might mean to imagine such a thing I may have quickly removed the very idea from my mind and began instead imagining something else entirely. But, I didn’t. And, the reason I did not is simple. I really did imagine that God spoke to me.

Anyway, below is an image of (among other things) a yellow piece of paper (strategically placed so that I have no choice but to see it every single day) upon which is written the words

IMAGINE

(It’s God talking to you)

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It is said God doesn’t speak to everyone.

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Do you even dare?

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Below you will find no.2 of two images in the ongoing ‘Imagine’ series within which the artist reminds himself to imagine various things by writing what is to be imagined on a piece of yellow paper and placing it in a manner that will allow him to see it every single day.

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In this particular image you see a sign asking the artist to imagine if things were different. If you would like, please, attempt for yourself to imagine things being different than they are right now.

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IMAGINE WHAT THINGS WOULD BE LIKE IF THEY WERE DIFFERENT

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I imagine things would be better.

What about you?

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I Dare You

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JACK HORRORCHILD’S

IMAGINE CHALLENGE

PLEASE, TAKE THE CHALLENGE, DON’T MAKE ME BE THE ONLY ONE
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In all honesty, I don’t think you’re up to it. Seriously. I’ve spent more than an adequate amount of time giving it some thought, and, it’s the only conclusion one could come to if they were to truly look with eyes wide open.

But, listen, I’m no Holy Man, this is why I placed a sign (as seen in the digital image below) where every day I would see it. Where every day I would be reminded to at least make an attempt (no matter how feeble), now and again (when not too busy), to Imagine All the People. Every last one of them.

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Not as “easy” as some would have you believe

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IMAGINE

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