Did you like watching Disney movies as a child? That’s a silly question.
You, of course, did! Who didn’t?
We all grew up with the name Disney and couldn’t get enough of them. They kept us riveted to our TV screens all day throughout our childhoods, from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Beauty and the Beast, and The Lion King, to The Princess and the Frog, Moana, and Frozen.
Although we used to watch Disney movies merely for enjoyment, looking back at some of these films today, we can’t believe they had more to give us than fun.
The number of wonderful life lessons contained in many of our favorite Disney movies would astound you, particularly given they were created from the perspective of a cartoon.
It’s no wonder that we missed many of them as kids since our thoughts were focused on the enjoyment part of the movies while ignoring the subtle instructional side. It’s completely normal, and no one is to blame.
Today, we’re going to share some amazing life lessons from Disney movies that you may not have noticed, even if you’ve seen the movies numerous times.
Is it possible to be too old to appreciate something as lovely as a Disney film? The answer is a resounding no!
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Do yourself a favor and watch a Disney movie today if you need a getaway from your regular life or some inspiration to brighten yourself up. True, you have a million and one things on your to-do list, and watching a cartoon isn’t one of them.
However, there are numerous Disney movies that provide valuable lessons that you may use in your job and relationships. For example, in Pocahontas, we learn to fight for what is essential to us, while in Bambi, we are reminded of the importance of speaking with compassion.
Aside from feeling nostalgic about the good old days, the greatest aspect of revisiting some of your favorite childhood Disney movies is that you will view many of the scenes and plots in a new light.
So pop some popcorn, open a nice bottle of wine, and watch a Disney movie today!
Sid Philips is a father of two and a loving husband. He currently resides in Pennsylvania and has been a fan of Disney since his parents took him there in 1980! Sid has visited multiple Disney parks around the world and loves each one!
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