posted on May, 11 2010 @ 12:20 AM
Recently I have come up with a theory about magic and miracles.
Suppose that miracles are all we've ever known, then it's simple to miss a lot of the things that go on. Each and all of us have seen miracles
everyday, and I believe wholeheartedly that we have, to some degree, seen them in every way.
For example, we have oceans that span beyond our sight, we have the stars above them at night, domesticated animals, shooting stars and the planets of
our solar system. Heck, even if you plant a seed nature grows. There really are enough miracles here to blow your mind.
There was this one time I fed a fish to a pelican and it tried to eat my cellphone. Well, thankfully the Pelican ran away. Stuff like that is rather
simple but miraculous nonetheless.
Another little bit of magic is music. Ludwig van Beethoven would even agree with this. He said the following to a German bar owner one day:
"Music is all magic. You can't even hold it. It's just there in the air."
There are a lot of astounding things around us, and I would like to remind you to never forget it. I mean, magnetism, for instance. How does that
work? We could always ask a scientist but we know that a majority of them lie and I find that, personally, they get me rather vexed.
Are you a firm believer in miracles? Do you notice and recognise miracles? If you haven't just start looking around you. With all this doom and gloom
going on, I believe that it's absolutely necessary that we take notice of every little miraculous intricacy that surrounds us. Then we will realise
that this world isn't such a bad place after all.