Disney movies are meant for children since the time they came into existence. These films are so well made that kids can relate to the central character and become a part of the movie. They also have a huge impact on kids’ mind. So today we are talking about the movie- Frozen. It is one of the best films for children and they will love watching it always.
Frozen paints a beautiful picture that also brings out some excellent life lessons. In that spirit, we are talking about 5 such important things that Frozen teaches about life.
1. Don’t shut out your loved ones.
Sometimes, during hardships or griefs, you might feel like shutting out the people who are closest to you. These people will always love you and want to help you with your problems. However, sometimes letting them in can seem painful because you will have to confront your emotions and guilt. You also have to trust them with your feelings. But it is always better to walk together rather than walking through a problem alone. So let them in instead of shutting the door. Frozen beautifully shows this situation.
2. Some people are worth melting for.
These wonderful words that Olaf spoke are undeniable. Your kids will understand that there is no better motto for friendship than this. They will look around and choose their friends wisely and will always be ready to help them in any situation. They will understand the true meaning of the word ‘sacrifice’ and will not step back when supporting anyone in life. What is beautiful here is that their friends will too believe in this theory and will be ready to help each other.
3. Embrace your dreams no matter what.
In Frozen, Olaf dreams of experiencing summer, which seems impossible to everyone. However, this does not stop him from dreaming about summer and a lovely sunshine. In the end, Elsa helps in making this dream a reality. She gives him his own personal flurry, which was a perfect yet an unpredictable solution. Olaf’s story teaches kids to never let go of their dreams. They can strive for it and one day, those dreams can do become a reality.
4. Let it go.
Elsa was absolutely right when she said, ‘the past is in the past’. If you feel you have made mistakes in the past, taken wrong decisions or felt hurt because of a situation, take a decision and let it all go. Worrying about it day and night will not help you go in the past and correct it. It will not even help you in present or the future. However, worrying can steal away your happiness in the present.
5. Be yourself and never apologize for it.
People are sometimes afraid of being who they truly are. This is why they pretend to be someone else, which eventually makes them feel like they don’t belong there. This is a very real-life situation your children might be facing. Frozen can help them understand this from Elsa. She was determined about her magic which eventually made her unique, amazing and shine through. What makes a person unique is often the same thing that makes him or her unstoppably powerful and amazing.
If you want your child to enjoy such a heart-warming movie, Frozen, you can visit Kidz Lounge in Staten Island on a Thursday night. We are playing Frozen for all the little ones! Invite their friends for double the fun!