"You don’t want bright sunlight all the time. Think of the beauty, the mystery of a morning mist – shapes rise fleeting and uncertain as you pass. Instead of the literal glare of day, you have an impressionism which sets your imagination free to interconnect ideas non-analytically.
So if mist descends on your mind, use it as a cloak to disconnect all your normal assumptions – invent new ones as the fancy takes you. Build great banks of fantasy, and let their soft inner power transform the sterility of those bright noons where your mind cannot escapable the brittle surfaces of meaning."

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