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Do you believe in magic? – Tweet of the day

This assertion, in my opinion, is pretty self-explanatory. Most people will tell you they don’t believe in magic, but they do believe in god. To them the comparison is “stupid.” Right, because talking animals, wizards, witches, demons, sticks turning into snakes, food falling from the sky, people walking on water, that is not magic.

***facepalm***

The funny thing is I do believe in magic, for I think that magic is just science we haven’t been able to explain yet, but I don’t believe there is a god, nor there ever was a talking snake. I might be wrong, though.

This tweet got a bajillion of retweets, so I thought I should give it a little space here.

So, what say you, do you believe in magic?

(All buttons and links  in the tweets are functional, in case you want to reply, or retweet, or favorite them.)

This is the original Twitter link.

Also, it was really cool that PC Siqueira translated it to Portuguese, and apparently it was a hit. Thanks, PC.

This is the original Twitter link to PC’s tweet.

5 Responses to Do you believe in magic? – Tweet of the day

  1. Beast says:

    WHAT no witches, wizards,or demons? I suppose that means no vampires either. Sticks turning into snakes, walking on water, boring. Food falling from the sky, the flying spaghetti monster might have a few words about that. On a more serious note i believe science is the magic from dreams, imagination and an open mind.

  2. Dan Galeano says:

    …i believe science is the magic from dreams, imagination and an open mind.

    Very good definition, I might steal that one.

  3. Keith Draws says:

    Comparing Theism to bestiality is like saying you believe in peace as you invade Iraq!
    Seriously- that kind of comment will even alienate moderates. You claim to be a deep thinker… didn’t think very deeply about that tweet did you?

  4. Keith Draws says:

    If you want to change the way a theist thinks the only way to begin open minded communication is to find some common ground. That is called diplomacy and it is the only real way to lasting peace . Insults never ever lead to peace.

    “Whenever you are confronted with an opponent. Conquer him with love.”
    Mahatma Gandhi

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