It seems to be in vogue at the moment, at least among many Wiccans, to talk down about magick as though it were disagreeable. There are apparently a growing number of Wiccans who insist they don't practice magick at all, for instance, and get upset at the suggestion that magick might have a valid place within Wicca. I've even seen some people speak loudly about whether others have gotten involved with an occult path for the "right" reasons... as if some reasons were inherently superior to others. Usually these loud statements insist that if a person comes to investigate occultism and eventually a path like Wicca for any reason other than a supposedly-high-minded spiritual reason then they are nothing but hypocrites. What do people think about this? Should we judge others as having "better" or "worse" reasons for coming to the spiritual path they are now on? Are people who don't practice magick inherently superior to those who do? And how does rejecting magick fit into occult philosophies that claim to hold ALL of existence, the material world as well as unseen worlds, as being holy and equally important?