“Thoughts on the Word Fairy” | Morgan Daimler

Morgan Daimler shares a bit of a ramble about the different ways people use the word fairy and the value of knowing what the words we use mean. And also the value of knowing how other people are using words.

Fairy defined by Timelessmyths.com

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Morgan Daimler has the best discussions about Fairy and Fairies. Please be open-minded with all materials that comes from other cultures.

Fairy does not refer to the Hollywood or Victorian imagery of what many people believe to be fairies. The winged versions of these beings are not necessarily correct. Remember our views are colored by perceptions. Always consider the meanings of the words and the cultural contexts the words are used in.

For more information, please check out Morgan Daimler’s blog: Living Liminally.

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