What movies teach

Okay, if you’ve ever seen how to train your Dragon, continue reading and have an open mind. If you haven’t, it’s a must see & then you’ll know more of what I’m talking about.

Remember how the Vikings were dead set against dragons and researching every way possible to dispose of them? Except one. Hiccup. Scrawny, gentle, and afraid of everything and everyone, especially his dad.

Then he catches the one Dragon no one’s ever seen nor know anything about other than the fact it never misses. Right?

So more to my point of this whole mini novel. It’s life itself in an amazing animated comedic form.

In a small village there’s one person who’s always different, like the world. Only few stand up for what they believe in and try to convince the entire universe to think differently; even a smaller amount succeed at that difficult task.

Although everyone including him feared what we’re thought to be vile killing machines, once fed, they were harmless.

Now I don’t expect to get a thousand likes or follows from this, but those of you who do happen to read the whole way through I think you get my drift. Why judge people based on appearance or stereotypes that they’ve been labeled by.

It’s just like pitbulls, or Africa. Everyone thinks pitbulls are deadly attackers with no mercy, and that people in Africa are all poor and full of aids. All I’m asking is to open your eyes and think about it.

That’s my speal for the day.

Over and out.