Sunday Poser # 22

Welcome to week # 22 of Sunday Poser

This week has religious significance for a lot of people around the world. My question this week is;

Do you believe in miracles or magic?

By magic, I don’t mean that sort we read about in storybooks. Rather I mean the sort of magic that happens at a spiritual level, like love.

My answer;

I do believe in miracles and the magic of powerful emotions.

Having lived almost sixty years, I can say that I’ve seen a lot in life that made me believe that there is more than pure logic governing things. I have seen people change completely, becoming nicer and considerate without any logical reason. I have seen impossible becoming possible because of love and devotion.

I believe, that if we believe, miracles and magic can happen.

Now it’s your turn to tell me what you think and believe. If you have a story to share with us, please do.

Thanks for visiting and reading.

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45 thoughts on “Sunday Poser # 22

  1. No. I don’t believe in magic or miracles or anything that defies the laws of science. I believe everything has a logical reason, even if we never know what it is. Love isn’t magic; it’s chemicals. It is still beautiful though. We are programmed (most of us) to seek love, give love, and appreciate loving people. It’s a matter of survival and makes complete sense.

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    1. Thank you Paula for sharing your views. Everything has a logical reason, even if we don’t know it! This is probably true because we don’t know a lot of things. ❤️

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  2. I absolutely do believe in miracles. I have seen and lived so many incredible blessings that I can only describe as a miracle. When you are touched by such it really does change you for the better. I think the secret is to recognize them and be grateful. Gratitude makes a huge difference, as well as being open to receive. Divinity is real, in my view and in my experiences.

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  3. Miracles happen every day, most of which go unnoticed as we take so much for granted. Nature is full of them, it is said that it is aerodynamically impossible for the bumble bee to fly, but she does.
    Magic is something that has to be worked on as what is magic to one is the norm for someone else. It’s all a matter of perception and interpretation. I believe in miracles, and we all need a little magic in our lives.

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      1. I think a birth is a wonderfully natural event and each one enables our species to survive and thrive. But according to the United Nations, about 385,000 babies are born each day. So given that number of births that happen every day, I would not call them miracles.

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  4. I believe in science. AND I believe in miracles and magic. My life is full of them.

    Nature is magical every day! I guess it’s a matter of perception. Science can explain a beautiful sunset, but it doesn’t explain the way I feel when I’m overwhelmed by the beauty I see. (Yesh, yeah, chemicals, endorphins… but *why*?)
    Birth is a miracle. SOOO many things have to go right for birth to occur, and people don’t give it a thought.

    I’m not religious, but I am very spiritual. Yes, miracles and magic occur all the time. At least MY definitions of miracles and magic.

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    1. I agree with you my friend, miracles and magic occur everyday and around ordinary people like us. Being spiritual is more important, in my view.
      Thanks a lot Angie for sharing your views. ❤️💖🌺🌷

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  5. There are some unexplained things that defy science, are they miracles or “luck” or at the hands of another species. I don’t really know, but I do love to see things like the untouched house surrounded by damage in a tornado, a flower that grows on a piece of cement or the cancer survivor given weeks to live who lives years. Good poser!

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    1. Oh yes, you’re absolutely right. We are reminded by these unusual occurrence to believe in something higher then ourselves. Thanks Leigha for sharing your thoughts.

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