When I saw the trailer for BRAVE I wasn’t too sure about it. It looked like most typical animation films for kids; a tale tale about bravery which has been done ad nauseam. Yet I had some hope that I would still enjoy it as it is made by Pixar and Disney – they have this great ability to make films that both young and old children can enjoy.
This time Pixar and Disney has really outdone themselves regarding 3D animation. Still drawn very cartoony, yet their movements and facial expressions are amazing – especially in 3D!
Merida is not your typical princess. She is not so girly, nor is she interested in following the traditional heritage of her parents.
It’s an amazing tale about being who you are, but not forgetting where you came from. That you should be able to lead the life you see fit for yourself, yet not giving up your heritage.
A very beautiful film with a heartwarming story – packed with amazing action!
“Find something you love to do and you’ll never have to work a day in your life.”
– Confucius [thank you Nico for the correction]
This quote speaks volumes. It sums up everything about how to go about finding your passion in life, what to study at university and what career you should go for.
Finding what you know you will enjoy rest of your life is not only about knowing you will enjoy your career till you retire; it is also about finding the strength to fight for that career.
You can’t be afraid of making sacrifices. Nor can you be afraid of hard work.
Which is why I scoff at claims such as, “there is no work” or “it’s too difficult to find a job.” Claims like those should motivate you, not scare you away from your passion – as they usually are said by those who either failed or lacked the passion.
Let us assume it took you six months after you finished your degree to find the job you wanted – something you love and have a passion for. Let us then assume you’ve been doing this work for 40+ years – still your passion in life. Those six months– after 40+ years –should mean nothing to you.
40 years is 480 months.
Still afraid of wasting time following your passion in life?