Imagination disposes of everything; it creates beauty, justice, and happiness, which is everything in this world.
Imagination decides everything
The wisest reason takes as her own principles those which the imagination of man has everywhere rashly introduced.
Men often take their imagination for their heart; and they believe they are converted as soon as they think of being converted.
Imagination cannot make fools wise, but it makes them happy, as against reason, which only makes its friends wretched: one covers them with glory, the other with shame.
Put the world's greatest philosopher on a plank that is wider than need be; if there is a precipice below, although his reason may convince him that he is safe, his imagination will prevail.
The imagination enlarges little objects so as to fill our souls with a fantastic estimate; and, with rash insolence, it belittles the great to its own measure, as when talking of God.
Things which have most hold on us, as the concealment of our few possessions, are often a mere nothing. It is a nothing which our imagination magnifies into a mountain.