Disney movies are the stuff that childhood memories are made out of. Every one of us grew up with Disney classics, and our children and their children will, too.
From Jungle Book to Moana, The Lion King to The Little Mermaid, there's something for everybody in the Disney catalog, and that's fantastic. However, it's worth noting that mixed in with the light entertainment, there can be some really inspiring stuff hidden away in Disney's movies.
So we went through and found our 15 favorite inspiring quotes in Disney movies that are sure to help brighten your day.
It's hard to argue with Cinderella when she says, "have courage and be kind." That's pretty much the essence of what being a good person is all about.
2. The Lion King's Rafiki
Rafiki was a wise character in the movie and the advice he gives here is very much to the point. Are you learning or running?
3. Alice In Wonderland's Alice
This one requires a little thinking about, but Alice does a wonderful job of addressing why time travel might not solve all our problems after all.
4. Mulan's Emperor
Some things are the way that they are and while raging at them might feel good, it won't change those things no matter how much you want them to.
5. Lilo And Stitch's Lilo
This a heart-warming piece of advice and one that might be worth coming back to time and time again. Even families can have hard times, right?
6. The Incredibles' Edna Mode
We could see this quote adorning a Fortune 500 executive's wall. This is all about focus, and the quote is straight to the point.
We're not sure that this is always the case, but it's a great rule of thumb for working out whether you have the courage to change the world.
8. Alice In Wonderland's Alice
Possibly the best advice ever given. Sadly, like all great advice, very few people seem to have taken it in and really acted on it.
9. Pocahontas' John Smith
This is the romantic's pick of the bunch and John Smith, of Pocahontas, really drives home the power that love can have over us.
10. The Hunchback Of Notre Dame's Laverne
Laverne's advice is good. As they say, people always regret what they didn't do far more than they regret the things that they did do.
11. Snow White And The Seven Dwarves' Snow White
It might seem a little trite at first glance, but this is actually much deeper than that. Think on it because it's absolutely true.
12. The Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh's Eeyore
Who'd have thought that it would be the gloomy donkey from A. A. Milne's classic children's tale that would deliver this pearl of wisdom?
13. Zootopia's Judy
We're not sure that there could be a more relevant quote as the world seems to be teetering on the edge of a new Cold War.
14. Mulan's Emperor
You've got to be prepared to put up with some hardships in life but if you can, Mulan's Emperor would be very impressed with you.
15. Frozen's Elsa
Frozen is inspiring from start to finish, and was the first Disney animated film to feature truly strong female role models. This is our favorite quote from the movie.
Did you enjoy those quotes? What are your favorite inspiring quotes from your favorite Disney movies?
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