Day Three Hundred Forty Seven, January 4, 2012

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The one theme throughout Lea’s letter to Santa this year centered around magic. She asked to become a “Hexe” (German for witch), to have a “Hexenbuch”, “Hexenkraft”, “Hexenbesen”, fairy dust, the ability to fly, … you get the idea. From all of this list, she received a book and some crystals from her cousins and since then she holds this book and carries it around everywhere writing spells and practicing while innocently hoping and praying that her wishes will come true. She asked for my help (thinking I must be some kind of witch ๐Ÿ™‚ ) and after long thought, I explained to her that nature is her best bet. If she can understand the laws of nature and how they work, then maybe she can come closer to understanding what she is asking for. So the book is getting filled with examples of the first natural law, the law of 2, of apparent opposites. She has collected already 3 pages full of examples with complete determination and zeal.

I love and value so much the gift of being a parent and witnessing magic through the passion of children.


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  1. What a wonderful parent you are, to allow your child to explore magic, wishes, fairy dust, and her own imagination. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Love this image. There is much magic there.

  2. A child has the ability to be completely focused when their attention is held.. This is a lovely story thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ˜‰

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