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The Year of Magical Thinking is on stage January 22 & 23 at 7:30pm.
They will throw tantrums and engage in the most transparently irrational behaviour, and their simple thought repertoire is replete with magical thinking.
Faith in these sorts of bans and restrictions are based purely on magical thinking.
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At the same time, she disagrees with some of the basic tenets of those recent campaigns, saying Democrats have to reach white voters they've been ignoring, persuade Texas donors not to throw all of their money to campaigns in other states and stop relying on hype and magical thinking.
I don't know many twenty-somethings who don't attach themselves to some sort of magical thinking, whether it's winning the lottery or dating Taylor Swift or getting a socialist into the White House.
G&G had at this point foresworn "sculpture" in its conventional three-dimensional sense, in its status as statuary, embracing instead the notion of sculpture as an intense expression of the youthful notion that all that they encountered in daily life was also sculpture, a fairy-tale transformation achieved by the volition of their own ardor and self-beautifying magical thinking.
Beyond the Magical Thinking Behind the Principle Principle, EDWARD JAMES
Ultimately, Ford has found great joy working on the project, which he describes as "an ambitious movie that has a magical thinking to it.
All I remember is it was May and I had tickets to see Vanessa Redgrave performing The Year of Magical Thinking at a theatre in London.
Author Jennifer Longo, who, like Leigh, sold burial plots after her father bought a cemetery, infuses her quirky debut with dark humor and a touch of magical thinking.
Defense counsel Yasmin Cader said that while in custody Nguyen was diagnosed with a personality disorder ''on the spectrum of schizophrenia'' and now that it's being treated ''all of this magical thinking has stopped.
In other words, in a kind of magical thinking, he believes that the popular vote on its own confers powers beyond the letter of the law regulating the institution.
No more magical thinking that somehow everything is negotiable as long as it is "victimless" or seemingly unseen.
Some of today's parents have abandoned science for magical thinking and unproven/disproven ideas, primarily because there hasn't been much consequence of their doing so, until now.