“E Pluribus Unum” (“From Many, One”) was adopted by an Act of Congress in 1782 as the motto for the seal of the United States, during the age of Enlightenment. A few decades later, classic fairy tales by Andersen and Grimm were published. I believe that the universal values they carry are still cherished by most contemporary readers. Revisiting fairy tales is more than ever relevant in today’s darker age of historic political divide. Among those values is inclusiveness which is essential to building families and communities, and promoting human communication in the age of technology. Fairy tales’ morals are universal and thus unifying.