12 April 2014

Lessons learned from Frozen

Hey there! I've been disappeared from this blog for quite long time. I'm back now to write something new. Just to share with you all, I just came back from Hong Kong Disneyland few days ago, so I'm still in the spirit of Disney, I guess :)

Talking about Disney, I'm sure most of you have watched the new Disney's animated movie, Frozen. If you haven't watched it yet, you should! It's really great. Since I just came back from Disney and Frozen has been very overwhelming, this time I'm gonna write about Frozen. Let's find out some lessons we can learn from this film. I always love to do it every time I watch Disney film. Here are some of my insights:


Face your fear.
You know I'm talking about Elsa. She has magic and power in her and she's afraid of using it wrongly. Everyone has something they're afraid of. You too! Most of the time, you want to overcome it, but your fear keeps haunting you and makes you stop doing what you should. Whatever it is, don't let your fear stop you from doing the right thing. Tell yourself that there's something more important than your fear. One thing I learn about fear is that if you let it control you, it will make everything worse in the end. It seems like you're safe when you don't do what you fear, but you never feel free and alive. And the worst part is, when you don't face it, your fear will grow bigger in you, and it can really stop you from being the best of you. After all, the only way to stop fear is to do it.

Whatever it is, don't let your fear stop you from doing the right thing. Tell yourself that there's something more important than your fear.

Love is not always about him or her.
Frozen is a little different from other Disney Princess' films. Snow White needed her prince to wake her up. Jasmine needed Aladdin to show her a whole new world. Rapunzel needed Flynn Ryder to make her dream come true. Well, in Frozen, Princess Anna has Kristoff, but it's not about him and her. This is a story about love. Anna needs a true love to make everything alright. We all thought Kristoff would be the one, but apparently it was Elsa, her sister. As I always say, life is always about love, but love is not always about him or her all the time. Love is not merely about someone from your opposite gender. Love is more than you think. It can come from family, friendship, even your pet. Stop thinking like there's only one person who can bring you to your happily ever after. Look around you. There are so many people who care about you, and that's also love.

Love is more than you think. It can come from family, friendship, even your pet. Stop thinking like there's only one person who can bring you to your happily ever after.

Trust wisely.
I personally don't like Anna because she's too innocent. She can easily trust someone she meet just because the person 'looks' nice. Anna is kind, but I have to say that she's not smart. This is the real world. Not everything is what it seems. Not everyone is on your side, and not everyone really cares about you. That's the truth. If you're not smart, you can lose everything. Don't easily trust people just because they look trustworthy. There's nothing wrong with being a kind person. Be kind, so you're likeable. But at the same time, be smart so people don't abuse your kindness.

Be kind, so you're likeable. At the same time, be smart, so people don't abuse your kindness.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much Wilson. Am blessed to have the opportunity to read what comes from your heart.


Shienny Florencia said...

Love to read your inspiring posts! :) God bless you wilz!