How to catch a Baby Dragon

An Inspirational Short Moral Story

How to catch a Baby Dragon

Almost 6,000 years ago to this very day a challenge was set by a wise and noble king.

“Whoever can catch me a Baby Dragon will inherit my kingdom”

There were many takers to this quest, all would eagerly set out in pursuit but none ever returned.

The king was a wise man and knew it would take someone of exceptional skill to capture a Baby Dragon. And only that someone would be worthy of ruling fairly and justly his kingdom.

It has been almost 500 years since the last Dragon was seen on earth. So allow me to enlighten you a little and separate some fact from fiction.

Dragons as we all know are formidable opponents. A mighty flying beast capable of fire breathing and with claws that are sharper than any steal sword we can make.

What, dear reader, you may not realise is a Baby Dragon posses none of the above skill set, and can at first appear vulnerable. However what the Baby Dragon lacks in shear power and destruction they make up for in cunning and deceptive ways.

The Baby Dragon posses an infinite variety of evil tricks to lure their victims in. Then they gobble them up, bones and all.

Five Brave Hero’s set forth

Our story starts, like all good fairy tales do, with our hero and five others who except the kings challenge.

Standing at the palace gates each bid their fairwells and boldly stride onwards to where the dragons reside.

It’s a long and strenuous march over mountains and valleys, through streams and woods until finally they reach there destination. Each of the six are very tired and exhausted, but now must be more aware than ever before.

As they enter the Dragon woods an eeriness descends and each fall silent taking careful steps not to be spotted. As they reach a clearing deep in the forest they spot the Baby Dragons.

The quickest to react spots the most beautiful Baby Dragon and leaps into action. Just as they approach they start to notice how wonderful this Baby Dragon really is. More beautiful than any sunrise or sunset they have ever seen. And with colours that seem to shimmer and sparkle with ever step. Our wanna be hero becomes so engrossed and mesmerised by this sight, that the Baby Dragon seeing their opportunity. Gobbles him all up, bones and all.

Our next hero to act is drawn to a Baby Dragon who is gently singing. However as they approach the music becomes so soothing and peaceful. It’s like a melody so perfect in pitch and tone our hero completely forgets the mission and stands engrossed. Seeing this opportunity the Baby Dragon gobbles them up, bones and all.

The third to act is a little more cautious. Seeing the other two getting caught by the sight and sound of the Baby Dragons our hero decides to be careful. They carefully step passed the singing Dragons and don’t even glance upon the most beautiful. Instead they are drawn to one little Baby Dragon who seems harmless enough.

Our hero walks right up to this seemingly harmless Baby Dragon. They pick it up to place it in their rucksack. However they do they are instantly drawn to the feeling of the Baby Dragon’s surprisingly soft and soothing skin. It’s as fluffy as a kitten but at the same time silky and smooth to the touch. Our hero starts to stroke the Baby Dragon as if a pet. They completely abandoning the idea of the quest. Seeing this as an opportunity the Baby Dragon gobbles them up, bones and all.

The next and our fourth hero to approach the Baby Dragons is also cautious. They manage to control their desire for the most beautiful and quell their passions for those soothing sounds. They pass unaffected those first devilish Baby Dragons but find themselves suddenly transfixed. A smell so heavenly and intoxicating that it stops them right in their tracks. A smell so full of spices from old, with a fragrance full of depth and character that our hero’s mind is captivated. Seeing the opportunity, the Baby Dragon quickly gobbles them up, bones and all.

A true hero is born

Our fifth hero watches as one by one each of the others have succumbed to these Baby Dragons devious ways. They still think they will be safe. So boldly stride through the most beautiful and even the sweetly singing Baby Dragons. The wonderful smells don’t distract them from the quest. Nor are they caught by the silky soft touch as they brush up against a Baby Dragon. Our fifth hero is starting to see victory. When something strange starts to happen. Without warning our hero’s mouth waters with a taste so succulent and delicious they are transfixed. Their mind wanders and is caught up in this taste just for a moment but a moment is all that a Baby Dragon needs. Seeing the chance they gobble them up, bones and all.

The last one left is our true hero. They have seen the others fall victim to their overwhelmed senses and understands that one must guard against those passions of sight. Those desires for taste. The pursuit of feelings, the want of sound and the intoxicating lust for smell.

Our true hero, guarding those senses of sight, sound, smell, taste and feeling with the six and most important sense, our sense of consciousness. Will find they are not controlled or manipulated by their desires or passions but see them clearly for what they are. Impermanent, forever changing and as we cling and attach bring us suffering. As so they are unaffected by these devilish tricks and simply walk calmly up to one Baby Dragon place it in their rucksack and start making the long way back to the palace.

Our true hero is born and rules the kindgdom wisely for a very long time.

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Moral of the story:

As humans we experience the world around us through our five senses of sight, sound, taste, feeling and smell. No matter what comes our way and fixes itself within our six sense, our consciousness, always starts from one of these five senses.

Each of us has our favourite sense, mine has always been Feeling, I love the feeling of the sun and wind on my skin, the feeling of a hug and the feeling of surfing as examples. I can get so caught up and carried away with a feeling I sometimes too will get eaten by my Baby Dragons, which represents the Anger, loathing, envy and a 108 defilements of mind or any other negative and destructive thoughts associated with attachment to an impermanent, forever changing entity. Suffering will always ensue.

What to do?

As Monk’s and meditators we practice guarding our senses and staying present in the moment, sometimes a seemingly difficult task. This is why we learn meditation, focusing on our breath, the more we practice the more we learn to stay focused on this present moment, never attaching to our thoughts, feelings, sounds, tastes, sights and smells. We begin to see them for what they truly are impermanent, that which is always forever changing, to attach to these forever changing thoughts and sensations will always bring suffering, something we are all trying to ovoid.

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Dhamma Tāpasā is a trained former Buddhist Monk and the spiritual name given to Andrew Hallas. He now teaches the Art Of Positive Thinking from his 16years of personal experience. After searching for years and trying everything and anything out there on positive thinking I discovered a Secret that transformed my entire life. From a Homeless Monk to now thriving in business regularly earning 5 figures a month.

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    1. 4enlightenment – Dhamma Tāpasā is a trained former Buddhist Monk and the spiritual name given to Andrew Hallas. He now teaches the Art Of Positive Thinking from his 16years of personal experience. After searching for years and trying everything and anything out there on positive thinking I discovered a Secret that transformed my entire life. From a Homeless Monk to now thriving in business regularly earning 5 figures a month.
      4enlightenment says:

      What beautiful words, I’m so glad you like them 😀

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