Baymax 101 class

Meet Baymax a robotic nurse and a character from the cartoon Big Hero 6. Created by Tadashi Hamada, Baymax is designed  to serve as a personal healthcare companion activated by signs of distress (emotional or physical) displayed by its patient. He scans the patient and recommends appropriate treatment. Baymax embodies the six C’s his caring, compassionate, has excellent communication skills, is committed, very competent and undoubtedly courageous. 

When Tadashi dies his brother Hiro through a series of funny and sad scenes becomes Baymax patient. I will have to skip some storytelling to get to my point. Hiro decides to avenge his brothers death, in order to do this he adapts Baymax appearance and data files to fit that of a fighter robot. 

Meet the new Baymax:

However, when Hiro demands that Baymax ‘finishes’ the individual responsible for his brothers death Baymax informs him that he wasn’t programmed to harm anyone. Hiro proceeds to override Baymax original programming by taking out the data card and slotting in only the data card with the fighter program. At this point Baymax the caring marshmallow ceased to exist and a destroyer was born. Thanks to Hiro’s friends the story doesn’t end on such a bleak note.

Point:

Don’t let life’s angst change your data code for the worst.

Pray/hope and reach for friends who pull you back to the core of goodness within.

Forgive yourself those past errors and like Baymax seal your portal from negative influence.

Pray your strength, courage never yields to the bashing blows of an angry/hurting world.

Use your strength positively: heal not harm.

 

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8 thoughts on “Baymax 101 class

      1. This is long overdue but, found your story about Dory the dolphin which you posted a while ago in my downloaded books and I Loved reading it. Oh, you captures the voice “storytelling voice” and I could imagine myself reciting as a better story. It is a wonderful story and I’m glad I read it. 🙂

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