The king of Narnia, the king of beasts, the lord of wood and the son of the great emperor – beyond the sea.
C.S. Lewis described Aslan as an alternative version of christ.
Aslan’s name itself is powerful, even for people who don’t know who he is. He is both terryfying and loving at the same time.
Aslan tells Lucy and Susan..
“When a willing victim who had committed no treachery was killed in a traitor’s stead, the table would crack and death itself would start working backwards”.
Aslan always had done something unexpected. When everyone expects him to be a great leader and conduct a battle against the witch, instead he allows himself to be sacrificed. Although he kill the witch in the end, he appoint others to fight the battle.
What we’ve learned is that Aslan makes an impression on everyone, but that impression varies individually, that how we see the world.
And also, that…money or stature is not something that represent greatness, it is the courage and a kind heart that makes a person great.
His actions tell us what sacrifice is. His roar is enough to represent how powerful he is, still remains so humble.
Aslan always inspires me in so many ways and there’s lot more to learn.
“To defeat the darkness out there,You must defeat the darkness in yourself”