Mythical creatures fascinate and captivate children’s imaginations and it seems the more unusual character the better.
For centuries they have passed down the lore of life through the ages and are often sought for their wisdom.
Stories are passed down through shadowy figures who often underwent peculiar transformations that led to teaching concepts such as morality and benevolence through fables.
Children and naturally drawn to celestial creatures who represent dreams, illusions and magic. One such figure is the unicorn – essentially a horse with a horn.
Is it the magic that makes it more believable for children to accept and understand some of the realities of life?
Maybe it is their willingness and free-thinking spirit which generally makes them so accepting and tolerant of others without judgment.
Faith is a universal practice amongst humans irrespective of race, gender, ethnicity or religion. It is understood by the nature of it – having something or someone to believe in.
It is the innocence of the adoration children have that may once again return to us as adults when we make our choices of what we believe in.
Most people can admire those who may rise from the flames and reinvent themselves after pain or misfortune.
Many cultures are drawn to the mystic for inspiration and courage as they pursue their own dreams.
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