Yet there are interesting lines is these prolonged stories (and I consider both and The Lord of the Ring and Harry Potter to be good dreams). At the end of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Harry reminds his friends that "We have something Voldemort doesn't have!"
"What's that Harry?"
"Something worth fighting for!"
At the end of The Two Towers Samwise makes the same observation.
The light of the sun will not be darkened by socialism and Islam forever. The sun will shine again and we must not give up hope. Even if it takes the literal Return of the King, it will happen. Harry Potter and Frodo both had to enter the heart of evil's domain, both convinced they would not leave alive, to defeat evil and save their friends as well as everything they loved. They both felt all hope was gone, yet went forward to face their enemy because that was all that was left. In the end both triumphed but had to pass through a valley of despair to find the final victory.
ON A LIGHTER NOTE
Is this what our military will be like in four years?