By Oritsesemisan Megbele
Key Themes: Mental Health, Schizophrenia
This is his seventh book its content is far from its title imagination at work. It’s simply put this way because most of what those with mental health issues experience are either put down as paranoia’s, psychosis or hallucination.
He has been the author of other books titled Trials of life, Memories of Schizophrenia, Paradigms of my schizophrenia, Memories put into verse and Distinct.
This book has been titled imagination at work since imagination helps make knowledge applicable in solving problems. It’s fundamental to integrate experience and learning process. In the authors opinion he feels with the amount of evil or wickedness in our world it’s good for a person to be pleasant.
Some people imagine in a state of tension or gloominess to calm themselves down they ought to do certain things as well. The power of our imagination is phenomenal. It is often an underused source of helping us navigate our way through the challenges of life.
This is especially true not only in the workplace but in our experience or emotions. Imagination is what makes our sensory experience meaningful, enabling us to interpret and make sense, whether from a conventional perspective or from a fresh, original, individual once.
A problem with our world is we cannot use waste for further reproduction of goods so, it’s our imagination which, have been shaping our world. If as it happens we could use waste to produce certain goods or find usefulness in them, a period of time might come, when we would no longer use our imagination.
About the Author
Oritsesemisan Bamidele Megbele was born in Islington in the district of Tollington to late Chief Dr. Frank Anirejuoritse Megbele and late Mrs. Joy Abeni Faneye Megbele on the 27th of July 1966. This was during the Nigerian Biafra war. His parents were separated just after; he was born without being divorced for the rest of their life. He grew up at Warri Delta state, Lagos, Port Harcourt and at Oyo state Nigeria.
Oritsesemisan’s father originated from Delta state of Nigeria which was once part of Bendel State in Mid-Western Nigeria. While his mother originated from Abeokuta Ogun State of Western Nigeria. These books are series of books he hopes to publish, which he believes contain his life final trials and the need for third world countries to change.