I have lost Jack.
And two photo albums.
No doubt more things are missing. For example, just yesterday, I offered to make some Christmas treats for the Cobalt Library fundraiser in December. 646 more words
“Magical thinking is a clinical term used to describe a wide variety of nonscientific and sometimes irrational beliefs.” Sometimes magical thinking is socially acceptable. “There are instances where magical thinking is socially acceptable such as is the case in many religious and cultural traditions such as those that believe in the existence of spirits, demons, and other entities…it is important to distinguish between scientific hypothesis, which is normal, and abject belief in a situation, which may demonstrate magical thinking….Magical thinking is sometimes symptomatic of a mental disorder. 757 more words
Hope and optimism, as defined, promoted, and legitimized by 21st century human society and government, always involve magical thinking. Hope and optimism exist as beliefs… 606 more words