One of the great tragedies of modern world is a supreme deficiency in the sense of wonder and an almost stubborn inability to believe in magic.
How difficult it is for us to be child-like in our view of the world! Why don’t we jump up and down like a crazy kid when we see something new, unknown and exciting!
Most adults have lost the sense of wonder, awe and excitement. Adults don’t smile at the twinkling stars in the sky and cook up stories of magical beings living up there. Adults don’t look at clouds and see fluffy animals in them.
Every once in a while it’s ok to laugh and say ‘it’s magic’.
The first step of a scientific and rational enquiry is also the thought ‘I wonder why’.
Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.