I’m not Superstitious, but I’m a Little Stitious
Think there’s no such word as stitious? Take a look at the Urban Dictionary defintion for the word stitious. Yes, ladies, it does exist!
So my question is this: Are you “a little stitious” too?
We all have situations where a bit of magic seems necessary to get us safely through a tough situation. And we have as many traditions about how to attract that life-saving magic.
Who hasn’t made a wish on a shooting star, a lucky penny, or any one of the other myriad actions we are raised to feel will make a difference. “Don’t put your pocketbook on the floor, they tell us, because “A purse on the floor is money out the door.” Superstition aside, this is probably not completely wrong. After all, if you keep your purse on your lap, there’s less chance that someone can rob you.
You’ve been hearing all these sayings since you were small, blow out all your candles and your wish will come true, the same is true for lucky pennies, falling stars, and dandelions. Of course, if we stopped to think about it, we’d realize that these magic sayings are true only occasionally. We forget all the times when they don’t come true because it doesn’t fit our belief.
Am I telling you not to do any of these things? Not really. But don’t depend on them to make a difference in your life. The one thing that can really change your life and circumstances is you. That’s right! The magic is not in these little superstitious habits, the magic is in you. So, the next time you blow an eyelash off your finger, take the time to remind yourself how much change you can make.
I wish you good luck!