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‚ÄúBattle song of the Scarecrow‚ÄĚ by Colin (an unborn with a skill for words). Found in The Sparrow and the Star.

 

One of the themes in my stories is standing. You will see the youngest and smallest of children standing for what is right, standing against the bullies, and standing for the weak. My Scarecrows embody this idea, a concept given form.

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Just another reason I love Christmas. ūüėČ But really, the reason Eucatastrophe is so wonderful in Faerie Stories is because it is real. Eucatastrophe happened when God became Man to save us, sinners, and it happened again when Christ rose from the dead, conquering death, having paid the price for all our darkness. Eucatastrophe in stories is an echo of the truth.

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One of the reasons I love light and dark imagery is because it’s used so often in Scripture. God is light, and in him is no darkness. I love this verse. The light shines in the darkness. I love that thought. I also think the second half, darkness not comprehending it, is both sad and powerful. Darkness can’t understand light. It’s sad to think about being in the dark, lost, alone, uncovered. But light can shine in the darkness. That is a powerful thought.

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The best of advice!

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I found this pin Pinterest and just had to share it! Too funny!

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Good thoughts!!!

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Love this!