“Face your life
Its pain, its pleasure,
Leave no path untaken”
Well, thank you Neil! You are awesome!
Dear readers, do you really think it's a fairy tale? I mean, come on! Please don't disappoint me! Of course it looks like a fairy tale but actually it's not! It's like a human being - has a body and a soul. This story's body is fiction, but it's soul is reality! It, however weird it seems,
teaches you how to live! And I like Mr. Gaiman
so much for that, he's teaching us life through his fairy tales. What lessons can we learn from this story?Courage, Love, Friendship,
and most important: Fate
To believe in Fate, that means to be brave and loving
, to fear nothing
, to be strong
, and to do people no wrong
!! (Oh dear rhyme!!!
This story reminded me of a very famous quote by Neil Gaiman
himself. It says:"Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten"