• My daughter’s responsible for this motivational post…

    in Self-Improvement

    So I go with my wife to take my 2-year old daughter, Jadyn, to see “Kung Fu Panda” a few months ago. It was the first time I’ve seen a movie on an IMAX mega screen so that was pretty cool!

    kungfupandabig.jpgI have to be honest though… I thought this was going to be another kiddy cartoon, but once again, I was wrong (…I was also wrong about the the “Bee Movie” as it had a great message, too).

    I don’t want to ruin the movie for some that will get it on dvd, but I do want to point out one quote from the movie that made me take out my cell phone and note it right away (…yes, I do that kind of stuff when something memorable happens).

    Here it goes…

    “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift.

    That’s why it is called the present.”

    What do you gather from this quote?

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    { 2 comments… read them below or add one }

    1 BRIAN AKA TRUMUSIC1SOUL

    THAT WAS DEEP, THAT WAS DEEP..

    VERY ENRICHING

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    2 Cynthia Marie VanLandingham

    Hello,

    I Love Kung Fu Panda! What a great story! I saw the movie twice and as a piano teacher I really appreciate it’s important themes. That’s why I’ve published some wonderful piano stories for children. Children love stories, and they are a great way to teach important lessons and motivate young girls and boys. Any teacher or parents can get these materials at http://www.PianoBears.com

    Warm regards,

    Cynthia Marie VanLandingham

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