“The world of reality has its limits; The world of imagination is boundless.”
[Jean Jacques Rousseau}

In Pooh’s 101 Uses for a Honey Pot, inspired by A.A. Milne, there are three, among others, very important considerations for our everyday life.
1. It is nice to offer a honey pot to a stranger who appeared on your doorstep in the middle of the night and now wants breakfast. (He may discover he doesn’t like honey, leaving the pot almost full. If so, try to act Sad and Regretful.)
2. You might try wearing a honey pot as a protective helmet if you tend to come downstairs bump, bump, bump, on the back of your head.
3. In case of Sudden and Temporary Immersion, toss the swimmer a corked-up honey pot to use as a float until you can find a pole with which to fish him out.

With imagination everything is probable, not just possible.
May we all be blessed to think beyond our ability to reason, the place of creative power.