The world is a much more magical place than we often realize. Fairies, angels, energy, etc… It’s all there, all the time. That’s right, I believe in fairies. Even the flowers in your garden are filled with magic. One woman recorded her flowers, and the music they somehow produced! Maybe the music is always there, within our flowers, but we don’t think it’s possible, so we don’t listen to them?? Once you catch a glimpse of the magic, everyday life will change for you. Suddenly, the worlds problems of politics, and wars, and crime, etc, won’t interest you as much. There is so much more to life than what the current President just tweeted, and what’s the latest news on E!
The magic of the world during the Christmas season is just a little bit more noticeable than in other times of the year. There is something about December, people are maybe a little nicer. The air is a little crisper. Things are just different in December. Of course, it can be a bad time of year for those who have lost family. For many reasons, many people are much more easily depressed at this time of the year. So, if you are not one of those people, you should go out of your way to help others this time of the year. Maybe you could donate your time or your money to a local charity. Do something to share the magic of the season.
Expect to see and experience magic, and you will. Your life is supposed to be filled with magic, each and every day. It’s not a thing of the past, that only existed back in the times of alchemists, and when Christ was born. It is a thing that exists today. We seem to have just forgotten how it works, or that it’s possible. Like the way the pyramids were built. This knowledge seems to have been lost over time. Magic, and the belief in magic has been lost over time.
Magic is not just things appearing out of nowhere. It’s not getting other people to do what you want. Magic is what happens when you connect with the magic of the world. Magic is me going to Wal-Mart and running into only kind and happy people. Finding not only a penny, but finding $50 on the ground, at my feet. Magic is getting to the movie theater late, and finding the perfect accessible seat just waiting for me to fill it. Going to a concert, and running very late, but making all the lights, and getting to my seat three minutes before the concert starts. Things just work out for you. Magic is having someone come to your house and cut your hair when you can’t get out to the salon to have it done (thanks Greg) That’s magic.
So, believe in the magic of Christmas, but not just at Christmas time, the whole year through. Share the magic whenever and wherever you can.