The Fairy Door

The Fairy Door
 My children are at the age where
 make-believe is still a powerful
 force in their daily life.
 As adults we don’t have the
 luxury of make-believe to solve our
 problems without being victims of
 denial. ...Unless we find
 professions in which our
 imaginations fuel our
 well-being, i.e., writers, film-
 makers, artists, teachers of
 youth.

Imagination fuels HOPE. As it
 were, we can not honestly have
 faith in what is NOT seen in our
 physical word, except to be will-
 ing to allow ourselves a bit of
 denial in what is visible and
 look with eyes beyond what is
 real to us.
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