7 Life Lessons from Beauty and the Beast Movie

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by Homerun Nievera, Negosentro.com |

And you thought it was just a feel-good film, huh?

The Beauty and The Beast is an old-time Disney classic. It belongs to the top 5 Disney movies of all time in my list. I took time in dissecting the lessons from the movie top-billed by Emma Watson, and these are what I found:

1. True beauty is not found in how one looks, but in how one treats others – The narrator in the movie said, “But she warned him not to be deceived by appearances, for beauty is found within.” Indeed, because beauty fades and one’s character is perpetually seen from within and outside.

2. Step out of your comfort zone – Life begins when you step out of your comfort zone. The people of Belle’s small old town didn’t want to go out and see what’s beyond their village. Belle did and found what life had in store for her.

3. There’s always time for tea – Whatever situation you have in life, there will always be time to relax, talk awhile and have fun with friends and family. Mrs. Potts in the movie had her sights on reminding us that life is supposed to be balanced.

4. Be appreciative – It’s not until you lose everything that you can truly appreciate everything. The Beast had everything as a prince. But when he and his court were cursed, he forgot that what he still had was hope — that bad things will eventually pass. Belle made him see to be appreciative.

5. You will date at least one jerk in your life – You saw the narcissistic character of Gaston. So full of pride and air. Beware of this type of jerks whom you’ll eventually encounter, even as a date.

6. No relationship is without challenges – Everyone will pass through relationship challenges. Conflicts will arise. But what is important is for you to rise above all of life’s lemons and instead turn them into sweet lemonades.

7. Love doesn’t need to be perfect, it just needs to be true – The love story of Belle and The Beast reflect the imperfect reality of love between two people at the onset. But as this love becomes truer as time goes by, love is perfected. Stay true, stay real. Forever comes from a perfected loving relationship.

Have you watched the movie and found more life lessons? Share them here.

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Homerun Nievera is the publisher of WorldExecutivesDigest.com. He has interests in several tech and digital businesses as director and chief strategist.

Homerun is a digital evangelistcontent marketer and lifelong learning advocate. Homerun is the “He Said” in the popular Facebook Page He Said, She Said.

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