by Kelley Smoot Garrett
So what is a little fairy girl to do, when confronted with the massive, hulking, evilness as personified by a wicked King who keeps true loves apart? Why get busy doing a Good Deed, of course!
A Good Deed is so much more than the act itself, whatever action may occur. The power of a Good Deed lies in the purity of intent with which the deed is undertaken. For a little fairy princess possessing a wisdom beyond her mortal years, that means selflessly acting to reunite two people in a love to which Princess April will bear witness.
My good will is a strong Tower around me.
I now change all enemies into friends.
All inharmony into harmony.
All injustice into justice.
Florence Scovel Shinn, c. 1938
“The Magic of Intuition”
In our ‘modern’ age – really just the moment in enternity we happen to be living – it can be difficult to appreciate the power of good will and the performance of good deeds as a matter of daily living. In Letitia’s time, and specifically in her family, great emphasis was placed on being of service to others.
Till next week, dear readers…