In the classic tale The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis, the boy Eustace is ensnared by the temptation of dragon’s gold. He falls asleep amidst his stolen treasure, awakening to discover he has become a dragon himself. Eustace languishes in his pitiful state until He encounters Aslan, the Christ-figure of Narnia, who ‘undragons’ him under the painful mercy of His lion’s claws. Each of us are cursed with a dragon’s heart too. Christ progressively frees us to enjoy the child-like glory of our true selves, as we’re found and freed in joyous friendship and surrender to Him and His cross.