I have never understood those who are so adamant against the preternatural world. There are so many interesting, amazing and fantastic occurrences in our daily lives across the universe. Even those are only a microcosm of possibilities.
As of late the philosophical layer of being has been at the forefront of my mind. Given that living means choices and the consequences of the same. Take "a situation" for example.
There is an ideal situation, a concept of something in its perfection. I personally believe that moments of perfection exist, if rare. This ideal can be stripped down to a negative. My quandary is where this occurs. when does the axis drop below zero?
An example of an ideal situation I have used previously: In successfully raising a child the best situation is under the care of the two genetic parents in a loving committed relationship. I have seen this ideal situation in action among many of my friends and family.
So how do we strip this down to a negative? I would propose when Loving is removed. Love being the easiest argument to make for the preternatural world. Aside from the senses releasing various chemicals in the brain, there are forces here beyond our understanding.
So a child can be successfully raised by non-genetic parents, single parents or even an institution. I would argue that the institution would be have the least likelihood of success.