As you just might happen to realize, fairies or faeries to you may be just little people with wings that live in the "real world" and keep hidden. To ME, they do not live in the real world, but live in the other dimension of reality which is made up of every thing's separate imagination, or world.
To me, feiries are made up of "life" itself. Feiries take form of winged people (they don't have to have wings) and are made of a whole soul within itself, meaning there's only a soul under their skin. This soul is made up of the "life" the feirie represents. They don't have internal organs and bones if you were wondering. If a feirie gets cut, there would be golden blood. The golden blood is a piece of their soul in the form of a liquid.
When a fierie lives, their souls lie within their feirie forms. In the other dimension of reality, they can control the courses of "life" they are made of. In the real world, though, that is here, they don't control any of the life. In fact, they have NOTHING to do with the real world. They are a figment of imagination-- just like everything else.
Feiries "reproduce" by a male and a female putting the birth spell into a tree of life. The babe will grow in there for two human years. If there isn't a tree of life, the babe just grows in an orb.
When a feirie dies, their soul turns back into whatever its made of, while the feirie "form" or the skin of their soul turns into a spirit called a "feiroe" god. Feiries do die. They have a lifespan of about 100 feirie years OR MORE. 1 feirie year eqalls 7 human years.
There are only 3 ways a feirie can die: they die naturally of old age, they are attacked by the power of blacklight, or all the "life" their soul represents dissapears. Feiries do have a lifespan.
A feirie is a part of life (of course, in the other dimension of reality), yet, they are made up of life itself. They are like the gods of the everythingness.