SWEETNESS OF ALDUB COUPLE MAINE MENDOZA AND ALDEN RICHARDS: IKINA-INGGIT NG MULATS

SWEETNESS OF ALDUB COUPLE MAINE MENDOZA AND ALDEN RICHARDS: IKINA-INGGIT NG MULATS

1. How to Train Your Dragon: Be Yourself

Hiccup is a misfit in a Norse village where fighting dragons is a way of life. He is tossed into dragon-fighting school by his father (the village chief), yet because of his progressive mindset, he befriends an injured dragon named Toothless.
This movie demonstrates that we should encourage our children to be who they are, not who the world (or we) want them to be. This is a difficult one for all parents, to include myself.

2. The Lego Movie: Be Different

An ordinary Lego figurine (Emmet) finds himself mistakenly identified as the Special, an extraordinary Lego destined to save the world. Hilariously unprepared, Emmet turns into an unlikely hero.
In all seriousness, this movie demonstrates the importance of being different. Stop trying to be like everyone else just to fit in. Strive to be different and embrace who you really are.

3. The Lion King: Learn from the Past

Simba is heir to the throne, yet forced to leave his family after his evil uncle Scar kills Simba’s father Mufasa. Simba returns to his homeland as an adult and faces his uncle (with the help of his friends).
The Lion King demonstrates the importance of learning from the past and the fact that growth can be scary. In the words of Mark Twain,
“I’ve had many worries in my life. Most of which have never happened.”

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