Fernando Pessoa had the poetic and unabashed optimism to assert: “Everything ends well. If things are not well, it’s because it is not the end yet. “ Along these lines death is an ending well, and the other world a possible paradise, which it should be. Not as vague and equation like as Pessoa, Disney had enough innocence to specify this ending- well as the communion of love, faith and fantasy. Since love, faith and fantasy are equally transcendent, a Disney happy ending, like that of Pessoa’s, is beyond chronology: before having or not to happen, it is true in its very conception, self sufficiently true.