Category Archives: Emotional Problems

Magic?

"Any sufficiently advanced tecchology is indistinguishable from magic." — Arthur C. Clarke I have always loved this quote. There are so many things I have accepted because people I trusted told me they were possible. Often those things worked and … Continue reading

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Don’t Believe What You Think

Jack and Jill, a popular children's magazine ran a feature called, "I Used to Think…" where an 8-year-old could contribute a story about an old misconception about the world. Beliefs like "the tree-tops touch the sky' and  'my mom always … Continue reading

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I Believe in Magic

While reading science fiction as a teenager, I believed that I could learn to do the special things the heroines of the stories could do–if I could only find the right teacher. In the course of my life and career … Continue reading

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