Quote for Today: Charles de Lint

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September 20, 2015 by katmcdaniel

Fairies Looking Through a Gothic Arch John Anster Fitzgerald, 1864

Fairies Looking Through a Gothic Arch
John Anster Fitzgerald, 1864

Like legend and myth, magic fades when it is unused — hence all the old tales of elfin kingdoms moving further and further away from our world, or that magical beings require our faith, our belief in their existence, to survive. That is a lie. All they require is our recognition.
Charles de Lint

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