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What does it mean to be grounded in reality?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (19437points) July 1st, 2020

Is their any positive attributes to being un-grounded in reality? What is a positive antonym?

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kritiper's avatar

To always see things as they really are.

seawulf575's avatar

When your basic views start in reality. When someone is un-grounded, that means they are cleared for take off. Getting ready for a flight. So they are flighty.

ucme's avatar

Jerry Springer’s burial.

KNOWITALL's avatar

They often seem happier with life to some degree.

Inspired_2write's avatar

Positive attributes of course.
Artists,Musicians,Writers etc do this most of the time in order to free the mind up to create.

Tolkien, Walt Disney, and numerous others channeled their painful experiences for Tolkien it was the effects of War and for Disney it was his bad childhood experiences.

They turned bad experiences into a creative positive medium ( writing a creative Fantasy, or designing a Children’s Fantasy World)

LostInParadise's avatar

A positive antonym would be idealistic.

Inspired_2write's avatar

@LostInParadise Walt Disney was really designing an idealistic world for children.

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