“For the end of imagination is harmony [and] the one who justly estimates the imagination is anxious to develop its operation in the child.”—George MacDonald

“For the end of imagination is harmony.  A right imagination, being the reflex of the creation, will fall in with the divine order of things as the highest form of its own operation; ‘will tune its instrument here at the door’ to the divine harmonies within; will be content alone…

Good Stories, the Best Stories, and the Greatest Story Ever Told

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“When anybody asks what a story is about, the only proper thing is to tell him to read the story.” Flannery O’Connor Stories are the most natural way in which we come to know God’s created world and our place in it. The desire to tell and hear stories is…