Why did you click to read this topic?
Were you taken by the subject line?
What does the subject line of this post mean?
The subject line of this post is metophoric statement that all should be proud to refer to. When you were a child the idea of Santa Clause brought you joy and many amazements of how Santa did that. How did he go to every house in the world in one night? It was a true joy to be mystified by this man (Or what ever icon your nationality refers to other than St. Nick). Many Christmas trees later one way or another you discovered that Santa Clause was not real and you were devistated perhaps or no longer felt the magic of Christmas. Now you are grown and understand and are able to accept why you were lied to. You were given an illusion from your parents to ensure that your world was magical as it could possibly be. After you found out the truth maybe you wished that you had never knew.
Some to many here grew up amazed with magic. You flash back and realize back then the most corny show you seen was great and you had a blast perhaps. Now you are a studying magician yourself and know many tricks of the trade. Maybe you feel depressed or no longer fulfilled now that you know the secret behind a once magical world you enjoyed before knowing the secrets. Can you still remember how great the magical world was to watch and before you knew the tricks? I know I do. I have read of those who are dissappointed and wished that they had never found out the secrets and that it ruined there childhood amazment. That is not the case.. You were amazed before you knew.. Even full grown adults are amazed before they knew.. I would not trade the magical world I experieced before knowing for anything.
That magician that came to my school as a kid was my Santa Clause. I thought he was a human with super powers.. That man has long gone and now its your turn to be that kids Santa Clause. Always cherish the magical world you are now able to offer to others.
This essay was inspired by the following quote:
This is just a random comment about how I'm highly disappointed with all of the knowledge I now have about magic. I went into this as a total magic virgin and now I know how everything is done... I'm so depressed now... Yeah, sure, it's cool that I can do it all and trick everyone into believing what I'm selling, but I'm seriously depressed because all of my childhood dreams and fantasies have been torn to shreds and no magician can restore that...