Max Estes Estes from Aquilia CZ, Italy
Belief BUILD up might use this in my class. It's really more of an observing of a few of classic children's notebooks and the types they have a hand in, rather than what BUILD up expected it to be, which was the influence of ghost stories on a child's development. A good go through for parents or teachers who are waxing nostalgic over some of their juniority favorites.
We are currently understanding this fiction on a nightly bases. The interesting thing about The Rainbow Fish is the underlying religious theme. Jesus said "and I am not quoting" if you want to be complete then give your possessions away... In Buddhism there is the animus of disavowal which counteracts the animus of partial to. The Rainbow fish is vain and finds himself alone. He seeks the wise advocate of the octopus who tells him to give up his shiny resplendent gradations and he will find happiness. In the end sharing makes him happy. I like this fiction. I like that I am teaching my heirs a content by understanding them a simple story every midnight. I know I have to much look-in on my hands, but this fiction speaks volumes on my belief that all religion-at the heart-teaches the same basic moral more that I find important and make us better, kinder and wiser creatures.