What Is the Moral of the Princess and the Pea?

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The moral behind the fairy tale 'The Princess and the Pea' is never to turn our backs on our dreams. The moral is portrayed by the story when the princess could not sleep because of the pea that was placed between all the beddings. This teaches us not to deny uncomfortable issues and pretend that everything is fine when it is not.
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