Dragons are mythical beasts, so they say …
I happen to disagree, because I have seen and fought dragons in my own life, and seen the evidence of their fiery breath and sharp talons in other’s.
Of course, the dragons I talk about here are metaphorical ones, but that does not mean they are one bit less fearsome or dangerous than the mythical ones we celebrate in story and image.
Two things to consider this morning:
“More than true …”
I read this phrase and immediately thought about those things which teach us something. Whether they are literally true or completely made up appears to be irrelevant or at least not very important.
What does matter is what we learn that helps us do better next time.
“Dragons can be beaten …”
This is a powerful concept: We imagine things which scare us … but we can also imagine defeating that which frightens us.
Dragons will always exist, in our dreams if nowhere else. The key here appears to be to accept and use the idea that what we can imagine, we can overcome.
What dragons are scaring the bejeebers out of you this morning?
What you gonna do about that?
Remembering the dragons already slain, which gives me strength for those to come in the Heartland ….
Image: Eastern dragon illustration by Kattekrab via Wikipedia – in the Public Domain