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Ragini was busy watering the plants when she noticed some really beautiful snapdragons growing close to the roses.
“Vividha!” she yelled pointing at the snapdragons,” when did you plant these? They look so wonderful.”
“I didnt plant these!” said Vividha walking upto the adorable flower beds,” how did they come here? I never planted these and they werent there until yesterday!”
“Then how did this happen?” asked Ragini feeling awestruck by the glory of the majestic snapdragons.
“The fairies!” screamed Palak running upto them,” they did this for sure. You both were feeling low yesterday, so they did this to cheer you up!”
“I dont believe this,” said Ragini looking puzzled,” fairies dont exist.”
“Thats not true,” said Vividha,”everything that we have the power to imagine exists. Its just that we feel that seeing is believing but in reality its the other way round. Until you believe in what you imagine, you cant see it manifesting into reality.”
“For me,” said Ragini,” my hopes and dreams have shattered a million times. So……………..”
“So its time now for you to let the fairies help you in pursuing your dreams. Why struggle alone when these wonderful beings are here to help you.”
Ragini gently touched one of the snapdragons and imagined a beautiful glowing little fairy kissing her right cheek. She smiled at her own imagination and wondered if these wonderful beings of nature truly exist. She had heard about unicorns and angels but listening about fairies was something new for her.
“My beloved Fairy Godmother,” she whispered to the snapdragon she was holding,” please show me the light along the way. Alone I stand in dark corridors and gloomy hallways, alone I walk in the dark woords, please come to me now and light up my ways so that my heart can see the sunrise of the day.”
As she took a deep breath in, a gentle breeze caressed her face and some flower petals fell on her feet. She could feel the warm sunshine on her gentle skin as she bowed down in gratitude to the Sun God.
“The magic that lies within cannot be snatched away from us,” said Vividha adding some fertiliser to the soil,” and the fairies never withhold their love from us. Sometimes in dreams, sometimes through nature and sometimes through fierce winds, they remind us that they are always with us.”