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The Story of Little Dorimu is a story about the world of dreams. A children’s book at first glance, it harbours thought-provoking symbolism aimed at adult readers. Thoughts in which we desire something are called wishes. There isn't much difference between our dreams and our wishes. When we wish for something really strongly, we sometimes say that we dream of it, even though we're not asleep at the time. The quote is a part of the conversation with the girl called Dorimu, in which the author tries to explain in simple terms that people do not only dream at night. As subtle the difference between dreams and wishes, as is the divide between the real world and the fantasy world, which are intertwined in this story. This rainbow tale teaches us that our daydreams and wishes are not just empty words; they are a significant contribution to keeping the dream world alive. It can be a good-night-story or a book to read every day to remind us that every moment is precious, that we should sometimes forget about the time, pause every now and then to make a wish and, as long as we recognise and accept them, (re)learn that little things can change our lives significantly.