The imagination is an amazing thing when you sit down and think about it. It can make you see hear or feel anyway it wants to, and it's usually alot of fun as long as you keep control of it. I'm wondering what happens to our imagination as we get older. It seems to just slowly disappear. As a child, I can remember imagining up all sorts of pretend friends and being in different places on a regular basis, but now that I'm older my imagination isn't quite as strong. I can imagine up things sure, but not like I was able to when I was little. What is it that causes us to get a grip on the world and decide, "Eh imagining things isn't as cool as it use to be fuck this." I started thinking about this while I was watching my son watch Barney. They was singing a song about imagination, and he was super tuned into it. I often wonder what all he imagines up. He isn't old enough to talk comprehensible yet so I'm really not sure... Has anyone taken any physiologically classes that have answers for this? Let me know.