Life Lesson That We can Learn From The Lion

SIBA RINGMASTER, 22/11/2017
Life Lesson That We can Learn From The Lion
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Lions aren't a piece of prides for reasons unknown. There's a reason. You require a "pride" of your own in the event that you are to "get by" in your positive place. ... Consider what you requirement for your own positive authority and check whether some of these lion qualities bolster you in your objectives.Lions are the only big cats to live in groups, called prides. ... of strength and courage and have been celebrated throughout history for these characteristics



Being brave doesn’t mean you go looking for trouble


One of the best pieces of advice my late dad ever gave me was to never “borrow trouble,” and Mufasa has similar words of wisdom for Simba when the little guy heads to a forbidden area despite being told to stay out of there. Of course, Simba is encouraged by his evil uncle Scar, but listening to Mufasa’s orders from the get go would’ve been the right thing to do. You can still be brave without inviting potential danger, and Simba gathers this from his very wise father.

It’s good to fall in love with friends

When Simba and Nala are young, Zazu already knows they’re going to end up together. They don’t believe it at the time, as they’re just “friends,” but as I’ve written before, friendship can sometimes spark the greatest relationships

Not all family members are trustworthy

Scar is a terrible animal in every way. Just because someone is related to you doesn’t mean they have your best interests at heart..

 Not all adults are good either

Scar is not only a terrible uncle and brother, but a horrible adult figure who takes advantage of his nephew’s innocence and trust. It takes Simba years to finally see through Scar’s manipulation. Adults can be bad people sometimes, and they can also mess with kids’ heads in the process.

The loss of a parent is earth shattering regardless of your age

And this scene is too, no matter how old you are. Losing a parent is tough whether you’re young like Simba or “old enough” to take it. Nothing can prepare you for this kind of tragedy, but most of us deal with it at some point.

Choose your battles carefully

Simba’s baby roar is no match for the hyenas and he learns the hard way that it’s not a smart idea to pick fights. When you do get in this situation, you better hope you can handle the other party.

Lost loved ones will always be a part of you

Mufasa’s spirit guides Simba to do the right thing and assume the role of king, for which he’s more prepared than he thinks. Mufasa gives him the strength to believe it.

Face your fears and don’t be afraid to go home

Maybe it will be different when you return, and it’s never too late to turn things around. That’s exactly what Simba does after overcoming his fear of going back to the place where his father was originally taken.

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