Believe In Magic!


"for magic to happen in your life, you must believe in magic." – Grandmother, quoted by Lynn Andrews

"Most of the time, we fall in love but can’t remain there. The world then calls the state we were in a delusion or infatuation … But we merely lacked, or someone else lacked, the emotional skills to hold on to the magic when the morning came. … In truth, we can go to the moon and retain its magic for a lifetime." – Marianne Williamson

"We think, sometimes, there’s not a dragon left. Not one brave knight, not a single princess gliding through secret forests … What a pleasure to be wrong. Princesses, knights, enchantments and dragons, mystery and adventure … not only are they here-and-now, they’re all that ever lived on earth! Masters of reality still meet us in dreams to tell us that we’ve never lost the shield we need against dragons, that blue-fire voltage arcs through us now to change our world as we wish. Intuition whispers true: We’re not dust, we’re magic!" – Richard Bach

 And as Christmas is just a few short weeks away; my wish is that everyone will find a little magic! – Kate Abbott


3 thoughts on “Believe In Magic!

  1. LAIRD

    Every child is taught the ‘Old ways’ but then gradually through our teens the ‘myths’ are destroyed by commercial and materialist idolatry. We become part of the adult world – burn witches yet believe in animated burning bushes. Forget the myth and magic of FC and replace them with those of JC. The old ways taught personal, family and tribal responsibility, today we are coerced into economic and religious war. If there was a god up there he would be in tears – whether of laughter or despair………..or both?

  2. Kenneth

    Magic suggests supernatural forces are at work, so, for those among us that do not belive in the supernatural, magic can not excist, yet, it is a common phenomenon that we choose to fool ourselves sometimes, allowing our imaginations to run wild fleetingly believing that " something" that has happend, has happend magically.
    Nature created this wonderous ball of life we call earth, however, imagination rules it.
    I agree with the Lairds thoughts as I am sure many of you do, yet a little voice in me says, " we can not say magic dose not excist untill we see it not excisting"
    Have a  magical weekend everyone.


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