Science vs. Magic

Science vs. magic. Truth vs. conspiracy. Real vs. fake.
I find it funnier and funnier how we draw the line between these two things, as if somehow putting something in a laboratory and “proving” cause and effect has ANY impact on the fact it exists whether or not we prove it does.
We live in a society that legitimises things once we (think we) understand how it works. But the reality is life goes on irrelevant of if we understand it or not. We write it down on paper and pat ourselves on the back for figuring out how something works, without acknowledging the fact it works with or without our awareness of it.
Our medical system is founded on this notion that we’re intervening to help the body get better- but so rarely do we acknowledge that the only thing healing the body is the body itself.
So science is literature, or the body of work that we as humans have collected about our observations - but the magic is and always be nature and the way it just IS, irrelevant of our observations.
Magic is the way nature heals itself. Magic is the way food grows to nourish us, growing from a small seed with the life force of the polarities of the sun and rain. Magic is the way we lay there are night and drift into dream world while our body recharges without being plugged in. Magic is the way our bodies work on a circadian rhythm with the planet, and needs cues from our natural environment to thrive.
Science is the art of pretending magic isn’t real. But magic is, and always will be.

 Picking apples October 8, 2018, in Ontario, Canada.

Picking apples October 8, 2018, in Ontario, Canada.