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|Posted on 6 December, 2019 at 17:34|
I love your home. It is gorgeous. I saw the squirrel family coming for tea.
We enjoy your admiration for our house, and your noticing of the squirrels. Thank you for the light you bring.
"You are magical. We are watching out for you. Love, Peace, Dream."
Answer: We are shy. But we actually love to be seen - especially by someone who draws that many hearts on her letter to us. Come find us...
"What will happen after the end?"
Time is a river that flows on to join the infinite sea. But the infinite sea is ever here already. Do you see?
"Dear Faery Door Faeries,
Do you ever take a break from making the flowers bloom and the leaves sprout?
Our work is never done, though we do slow down in the Winters. The leaves and flowers have their seasons, but just like your body is still at work while you're sleeping, even in the winter, the fallen leaves are returning their energy to the soil, the roots are tapping for water, and the the seeds are watching for the light. Fortunately for us, most of our work is play.
"To our Dearest Faeries,
May the beautiful sunshine bless your house today and follow you wherever you go. Thank you for all the joy you bring to the world."
And so it shall be. And as always you are welcome to sharing in it with us.
Is it possible for anyone to achieve their dreams? I have been going nowhere, and I am not even sure what to dream anymore.
Every dream is a sentient seed. They only come to those who are potentially able to spread them out over the land, and tend them like a garden. So any dream you have, you can achieve. Breathe life into it. The deepest desires are the most benevolent for all. Germinate the seed. Nothing happens without a dream. Let it take root in your soul. There is nothing more real.Love, Faery*******Hi! Where is the boys room?Answer: Not here! We thank you for taking your business elsewhere.