RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - When we put our observable reality on the shelf to enjoy flying ‘faster than a speeding bullet’ with ‘Superman’ or enter Hogwarts with Harry Potter, what we are doing is suspending our disbelief, turning off our normal observable reality to engage, however temporarily, with another.
The suspension of disbelief is the willingness we all have to happily accept an alternative reality – in the arts, when we engage with the characters and situation of a play or a novel - in life, when we willingly accept as true, something, we have no rational basis to believe. Many so . . .