Topics: Kung Fu Panda, James Hong, Want Pages: 2 (370 words) Published: September 20, 2014
Deanne S. LaylaySeptember 8, 2014

Kung Fu Panda tells the story about Po, who was chosen as the dragon warrior by the wise old turtle, Master Oogway, to defeat the enemies and save China from evil. Unfortunately, Po was an unlikely character for he was fat and clumsy. He thinks he is not strong enough for the job as much as others think of him the same way. But as the movie keeps going, Po decided to finally strip off his fears and insecurities. He learned that inner peace is what he need to realize that life is not about who we are, but who can we can be. I also eventually found the passion and courage on Po. He was always optimistic and brave to conquer any difficult problems. And I like the way he did when he faced the tough training from Master Shifu, because he used his ability “eating”, to transform and be better warrior. His unsophisticated mind made complicated things more simple and easy. From this predicable plot, we can find one very important lesson in life, especially for us teens who hold the future: Trust yourself. No one can ever tell you that you can’t, especially when you know with all your heart that you are on the right path. One must not give up and continue to believe to achieve dreams so that you would not regret. Achieving inner peace is also achieving inner strength. Kung Fu Panda also teaches the shy ones who lack confidence in their abilities and capacities. The movie tells that failing is not the basis to continue dreaming and aiming. One must not be afraid to fail, because failure and mistake helps an individual to be better and stronger and will motivate you to keep trying. Life may not be perfect and we may have insecurities or a traumatic childhood. We may not be the best of the world and nnot have everything that we want. But it shouldn’t stop us from reaching our full potential. Kung Fu Panda shows that we just have to look deep within ourselves and find inner peace, so we...
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