"Dealing with the impossible, fantasy can show us what may really be possible. If there is grief, there is the possibility of consolation; if hurt, the possibility of healing; and above all, the curative power of hope. If fantasy speaks to us as we are, it also speaks to us as we might be."  - Lloyd Alexander

More quotes about why we need fantasy can be found here today on Myth & Moor.

The art above is by Richard Doyle (1824-1883).

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