"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution." Do you agree with this? Why or why not?
I sort of agree with Albert Einsteins quote. Knowledge is very important to me, and so I don't think it's worth nothing. But I also think imagination is important because without it, we probably wouldn't be as technologically advanced as we are, and life would be just plain boring. I don't really think one is greater than the other, but I do see Albert Einsteins point. Imagination and knowledge go hand in hand. It would be hard to have a lot of knowledge without imagination. For example, a rocket. Someone somewhere had to have the imagination to imagine the rocket, but then, someone else would have to have the knowledge to actually build the rocket.What gets on your nerves?
My little sister Anna gets on my nerves all the time because she acts like I have to do whatever she wants.Its so annoying when I've had a long day and I just want to relax by watching YouTube, but I can't because Anna either has the iPad or it's dead(because of Anna). It drives me insane when someone walks into my room when I'm in it and either they turn off the light or they don't shut the door when they leave. I also hate it when I'm lounging around my house in socks and my other sister Emily takes them off. It irritates me when people walk slow in the hallways, or when they act like they are super good at something( like sports) when they aren't.