Issue: Imagination has to do a lot with the learning process and how it can affect learning skills. What has me puzzeled is how it is lost. Children must develop it by roleplay or simple mimicry to understand the difference from fantasy and reality. What I can't understand what takes Imagination's place after all this has been learned. Adults still have their imagination for many purposes: creating worlds for new games, to understand a narrative or a novel. But how can we control it's difference? What are the stages for this process?