Monday, 10 August 2015

What The Care Bears Movie Can Teach Us

I was browsing through Netflix the other day and I stumbled across The Care Bears Movie (1985) which I have not watched in years and it made me think of all the life lessons this one cartoon movie can teach children and also adults. Even thought this film is 30 years old the lessons that it teaches are timeless and I secretly think it is where my love of teddy bears comes from. It is a must see for all the family in my opinion and at the age of 24 it can still get me in the feels.

1. Always love everyone. No matter who it is or what they have done always love them. Everyone deserves love, even people like Nicholas.

2. Even grumpy people love. Everyone is grumpy once in a while but grumpy people can surprise you once in a while.

3. Always be prepared for the weather! Even in Care-A-Lot they are prepared for the rain and they live in the clouds, so we should be too!

4. The importance of a good nights sleep. Bedtime bear sleeps during the day so he can make sure the other bears get a proper nights sleep. Also, be careful where you fall asleep!

5. Trust in your heart. Always trust your heart it will know when something is right or wrong and it will always lead you to safety.

6. It's important to care. Okay I know Care-A-Lot is not really a place but the symbolism is right. If we don't talk care of each other then the world will really crumble around us.

7. Be courageous. Always stand up for what you think is right and don't let anyone walk all over you.

8. Good things happen to good people. Reap what you sew or karma or whatever you want to call it, if you do good things you will get good things in return. Plus, being a bad person gives you bags under your eyes.

9. Home is in your heart. It does not matter where you end up in the world because the people you love will always be in your heart, and where your heart is that's your home.

10. Be proud of who you are. Always walk with your head held high and believe in yourself and one day you may have your own Care Bear stare!

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