In mathematics, an imaginary number is a real number time the square root of the imaginary unit i.
The visualization is powerful. Human beings constantly apply their imagination to real-life situations. Think about all the possible problems we come up with in our heads and all the scenarios we play out.
The question we should stop and ask:
Is this a real problem or an imagined one?
Perhaps, we should be more patient and wait and see how things play out before worrying about them.
If we take the observer’s position, we will find that the worst-case scenarios rarely ever play out like we imagine.