Updated: Oct 10, 2019
"Fabulous" - Early 15c - mythical, legendary," from Latin fabulosus "celebrated in fable;" also "rich in myths," from fabula "story, tale".
"Fable" - C 1300; Old French for "story, tale, drama, play, fiction"; from Latin fabula "story with a lesson, tale, narrative, account"; in modern folklore terms, defined as "a comic tale making a moral point about human nature, usually through animal characters behaving in human ways" [Oxford Dictionary of English Folklore].
I can relate to the words in bold - "celebrated", "fable", "comic" and "moral point" which to me add up to that place of liberty where I realised that life is precious and we mustn't waste another moment of it being miserable but choose to celebrate the smallest blessings, see the funny side and seek out...
"whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right,
whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable;
if anything is excellent or praiseworthy - think about such things."
... daaahling! X