Values To Learn From Disney Movies
Mrs. Incredibles said “Don’t think and don’t worry. If the time comes, you will find what to do.” Recently, my daughter was watching Incredibles and while completing my daily chores, I overhead this . This simple statement made so much sense. Then was the time, I thought of listing some Disney movies which teach us so much and we miss out on them.
So here are some, I could think of-
Woody-“That’s not flying. It’s falling with style.”
Each family walks to the beat of their drum. If it means whatever you do is for the family’s benefit. It is super cool. Even Buzz Lightyear believed he could fly in the first instant, and then gave us one of the best flying stunts in the Toy Story. So remember – Lets live life with style.
Sully-“You're not scary. Not even a little bit; but you are fearless, and if Dean Hardscrabble can't see that then she can just...”
Sully gave us this lovely quote in the movie Monsters University. Sully is honest to Mike about how scary he looks; at the same time he makes him realize his biggest strength too. So, rise and shine and focus on your strengths.
Elastigirl-“Put these on. Your identity is your most valuable possession. Protect it. And if anything goes wrong, use your powers.”
Elastigirl in the movie Incredibles tells the kids about protecting themselves. This is true in real life as well. Kids are really distracted. The peer pressure can be really harmful for them both physically and emotionally. Kids need to stand up for their reputation, rather than being in the bad crowd and doing what others are doing.
Rapunzel-“I've been looking out of a window for eighteen years, dreaming about what I might feel like when those lights rise in the sky. What if it's not everything I dreamed it would be?”
Rapunzel waited for 18 years to finally step and see the world she had wished to see. It is always challenging to change things around us. But, you never know until you try. It is time to change, what say?
Tonto- “There come a time, when good man must wear mask.”
Tonto said it in the movie The Lone Ranger. All parents would agree to me, when as parents a lot of times we have to wear a mask in front of our kids. You don’t want to smile; still you have to put one on your face. Or may be planning a surprise for your kid, you have to keep a straight face. Don’t worry, all is for good.
Last but not the least, comes my favorite by Cinderella- “No matter how your heart is grieving, if you keep on believing, the dream you wish will come true.”