Wolf & dragons

«Some day, you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.»
[C. S. Lewis]

«Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed.»
[G. K. Chesterton]

Tales are usually the first stories we gonna listen in our life, warmerly wraped into the duvet with someone who read this amazing books with strange voices.

This stories will be always in your heart.

But, off course, we use to learn from them and sometimes we accept incosciously the message that them give to us… …even if this is wrong.

Brave hunters and fearless knights use to save children and princess from this dark and scaring creatures and they do that even when they know that the return is not guaranteed

But we are smart so we know that is not always so simple. I mean: The wolf will be always bad if we interrogate only Redhood and the other version will be always unknown.

We think that a bad creature is bad itself but we must consider that should be a lot of other motivatons why someone do a certain action.

So just think that sometime a good message is relative and the children could learn bad.


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