Superstitions Matter

January 19th, 2010

Superstition (via Wikipedia) is a credulous belief or notion, not based on reason, knowledge, or experience.

They’re easy to slate off, discard or ignore… especially when they’re not your own.

That’s the thing we all have them, you can either decide to accept or try and change them.

Neither position is right or wrong.

The wrong position is to ignore their existence at all.

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One Response to “Superstitions Matter”

  1. Robbie Mackay Says:

    This isn’t always the way people define it but I like this way of looking at it:
    “It’s only a superstition when you don’t know its a superstition”
    ie. if you know that ‘a black cat crossing your path is bad luck’ is just a superstition. It doesn’t have a lot of power. But if its just the truth for you that ‘a black cat crossing your path is bad luck’.. well then that black cat can have a lot of effect on how you deal with life 🙂

    As you said – don’t ignore their existence.. know they’re there, acknowledge them and then deal with them or accept them 🙂

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