I found this quote from “Alice in Wonderland”:
-You know what the issue is with this World?
Everyone wants a magical solution to their problem, and everyone refuses to believe in magic.-
I like that!
Thank you Lewis Carroll!

Yeah, if we want magical things happen to us, we have to believe that this is possible…
How simple!
But not so very easy…
I know.

Children don’t have any problem with it.
But when we grow older we loose that child’s magical way of thinking.
So we have to go back to our childhood to find the memories of that beautiful magical thinking and believe again that more magic will happen to us….

Two years ago I received a gift from my old Friend: a very nice T-shirt saying – I BELIEVE IN MAGIC. I like it very much. But I’m not wearing it.
Maybe because I believe in magic but I don’t want everyone to know that I do??? 🙂 !

Wishing you all Health and Happiness!
God Bless You all.

26 thoughts on “Believing.

  1. Great point.
    I think that when we are children we don’t have a name for it. It is our will/mind. Calling it magic was the poison the adults gave us, as their parents poisoned them, ad infinitum (called culture)

  2. And magic needs to be acted upon for it to come into the realm of reality. Magic happens all around us all the time, but so few people take the time to reach out and grasp it. It takes action.

  3. I don’t know if I believe in magic but I do believe in synchronicity. I see things falling into place all through my life. I trust in my own unfolding and that of the universe. I have great bliss in my life but have not cured my challenges or problems. I have everything I want and need.

  4. I love that quote, too. But I suppose there are lots of different ways of interpreting what magic is. In some cases, if you believe in magic it can offer hope – or simply a stronger belief in what you can achieve yourself.

  5. Reading all the comments above, it seems you have struck quite a nerve! I agree–there is a form of magic that exists, a form of magic that children believe in, but that adults seem to forget about. And unfortunately, those of us who consciously cultivate a relationship with that magic are labelled negatively. I believe in a specific kind of magic and I cultivate my relationship with it and it brings me so much joy–I wish this for everyone! ❤

  6. I love this post. You’ve got me thinking of a question that’s been floating around in the back of my mind: What is magic? I believe in magic, but my definition is a broad, spiritual one. I’m very like to post something on this inspired by you, and will be sure to mention this post. Thank you!

  7. Since I’m a magical thinker, I had to share on FB. Lately, I’ve lost some of my magic. Thank you for reminding me that magic is childlike and is always there for our use.

  8. Thank you for liking “Return” and “Vampire Penguin” and for following my blog. I understand what you mean. There is a place for logic and reason in our lives, but there is also room for mystery and miracles. 🙂

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