**Question:**i was writing this paragraph....and i was wondering if this makes sense..:

Children base their lives off of imagination and wonder. What produces fact is imagination and proof. Facts are the product of proof. Proof is the product of a given theory. That theory is the product of a thought. The thought is the product of imagination. If you cut off the lines of any means of imaginative thought processes it is impossible to create, learn, and experience which are the major components of childhood development.

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**Answers:**

Very interesting! I'd reword it a bit, though.

The development of a child's mind is based on imagination and wonder. Thought is the result of imagination. Theory comes from thought. Facts are theories that have been proven through experience. Therefore, if you cut off the means of imaginative thought processes it is impossible to create, learn and experience, which are the major components of the mind's development.

How does that sound? Maybe more clear?

I think it does- i imagine that this is part of a report of somekind, in which case a flow chart might help as there are a lot of "products of" in the paragraph. maybe consider rephrasing or spacing differently and make sure there is a distinct definition of each idea.

you said "Facts are the product of proof. Proof is the product of a given theory. That theory is the product of a thought. The thought is the product of imagination."

and "What produces fact is imagination and proof."

shouldnt that be more than just imagination and proof?

it doesnt look right to me.

If we did not have imagination then there would have been no inventors,artists.authors etc.

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