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Originally posted by SeeingBlue
I love my wife because she isn't like everyone else. She has what doctors describe as dyslexia. Uses both hands, writes and reads backwards sometimes.. and believes in fairies.
She swears that she visited the fairy realm. She says she could still see what was going on in this world, but that she was living in different one. She's never gave me a reason to believe otherwise other than I've never seen a fairy...
Originally posted by Maya00a
I believe in fairies and nature spiritis!
I've always believed in fairies and still do because I've never been given any reason not to believe they exist. I used to spend many hours in the woods near my home and had a great time climbing high in the trees and just feeling all the energies around me.
Magic is still all around us its just that so many of us don't take the time to stop and feel it, see, it, hear, it, play with it. Things like the wonder of a flower blooming, the beautiful songs of birds - not many stop to notice anymore - and they're magical things.
I regular visit the woods with my children and we're always thoughtful and careful of accidently standing on anything that looks like it may have been built by the fairies.
Where would we be without magic and fairies?
Originally posted by factbeforefiction
reply to post by DaddyBare
Wow, I read it. Very cool. And now the question is, if so many diverse culture have so many similar stories, maybe it's not as unreal as we have been programmed to think.