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The lessons we learned from Disney
Adults tell us that TV has a negative impact on our minds.
It does nothing but “fill our heads with junk”.
But the way I see it, they can learn a thing or two
From one of the most beloved TV stations... Disney!
Lilo and Stitch taught us the meaning of family, that
nobody gets left behind or forgotten.
Tiana tells us if we want to achieve something we’ve
Got to work hard.
The Muses second that and say it’s nothing but the gospel truth.
When we’re down in the dumps and bummed out, our
Beloved friend Winnie the Pooh reminds us that
“ you are braver than you believe stronger than
You seem, and smarter than you think.”
Rafiki says the “ past can hurt, but we can either run from it or learn from it” While society teaches us to hate and let go of our imagination,
Mr.Walt tells us “ That the real trouble with the world, too many people grow up” In the end of our adolescent days when were worried about life
We’ll think back on Timon and Pumbaa and “Hakuna Matata”
For the illusion that we won’t have any worries for the rest of our days.
And when we’re reminiscing on life and Anna pops up in our head we’ll say Wow, “for the first time in forever” I’ve found hope.