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Lost Kenneth Rexroth has said of Isaac Bashevis Singers works that they seem to illustrate a specific view of the world He described this theory on life saying that life itself is hauntedWe all live in the shadowy frivolous world of a spiritualistic sance The point is that somewhere at the heart of reality something is running down At first this seems to be just an eloquent masterpiece of a sentence but is it backed by truth In my modest opinion I think that everything we live and every day we live is somewhat supernatural It just doesnt seem that way because its been happening for so long that it has all become natural to us The way the world keeps turning and people keep moving The way the race perpetuates itself and that the food supply isnt as bad as it technically could be These things are crazy if you think about them and even though modern technology has discovered a lot of the whys it all still cant cease to amaze me We know the laws of nature and of attraction and the theories of evolution and psychology Yet we dont know why things always work out not necessarily well but nevertheless for every means there is an end We dont know why bad things happen to good people or really why anything ever happens at all We are indeed living in a shadowy world where we think we know what is going on but where we cant even attach a meaning to our existence Too many of us think that we have got it all figured out only to realize in the final days that we had been living blind Despite my opinion that life in itself is supernatural I recognize the possibility that there are degrees of paranormal For example to quote Singer from Lost hidden powers that no one can explain exist everywhere There is the supernatural that we
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