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About Believing

The Magician © Madeline Rosenstein

Believing in Magic

We need more magic.
Someone said to me, “You’re one of those blessed people with an extra wide halo.” I believe I am this way because of pain, and the decision to not live in a state of painful disbelief.

I am frequently presented with magical happenings that have no “reasonable” explanation.
I’m comfortable with this.

Magic is more ordinary than we think.

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  • July 3, 2009, 12:22 pm Cheri

    "Magic is more ordinary than we think." I definitely agree with you there. I don't think that science makes anything less magickal. The fact that I can stand by a wall and turn on a lamp all the way across the room with just a flick of a switch is magickal to me, even though I can explain it scientifically.

    Magick is everywhere in the world; we just have to look for it.

    78 Steps

  • July 4, 2009, 8:09 am freak22

    I have a little saying that I have put up in a place were I see it every day it says simply.

    "life is magic"

    now then what more do you need to know then that?