sense of imagining wonder?

When I say – Imagination and its own reality, people often feel as if am re-defining imagination and it stops the flow of exchange.
However, wonderment, wonder – how do we wonder from senses, sensing, seems to be a more efficient way to share the stuff am trying – while avoiding the argument of re-imagining imagination.
Am I correct?
I think people do the process of wondering more as an if wave, as a searching search – rather than a finding one. A wonder need not a Then? I wonder if am feeling melancholic, wonder if coffee and pepper, wonder of hot-chilli anthropology, wonder about redness and postal services? – etc..

The wonder practice does itself while feeding the imagination -no?

Hence surfing from one wonderment to another. Some call it procrastination when the focus is on activities to be performed while the person is actually – wondering?

Is it only a presentational question?

The ontological body of an epistemological process?

A wonder from the seeming – or very – processes, activities, perceptions, practices and sensations of wonderment seems to be probably art.
A wonder about a wonder seems to be an illustration, design(?), a depiction of something other than what is the depicting element. (depicting??)
A wonder of application for wonderment perhaps is more like design..?

Am I doing a wonerisation..?


Can other ways to do art, design, illustration, etc live within, from and with wonder?
Does wonder deny the being of other ways, or allows more of them?

One reply on “sense of imagining wonder?”

A wonder as a fleeting moment?
I wonder if X might Y. It need not a Then, nor even a memory.
A wonder moves in time, almost as if it is a period. In that sense I think it feels not a need to be “materialised” like some imagination does.
Perhaps its a socio cultural sensation, to materialise, however, am trying to operate with and from what there is rather than fighting people.
If someone fancies calling it a momentary imagination – cool.
The issue is, in my view, the way it – the element – operates.

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