love in the name of love

Gudrun 2022-04-22 07:01:15

It's a good movie to watch with the family - Holden and Anonymous

(1) Holden's equanimity and compassion brought him love, abundance, and tolerance, for Mo Chen, his friends, and the monkeys and Mrs. Kangaroo who "hurt" him. Only love is the power that links everything, and the foundation of love is equality.

(2) Holden and the mayor saved the day at a critical moment, always believing: trusting intuition, trusting love and commitment are what they have in common.

(3) The deliberation committee in Huhu Town and friends in the forest also have stubborn opinions, insisting that I am right and you are wrong and you need to change. In the face of such an existence, neither Horton nor the mayor blamed, wronged or judged, and always carried love and responsibility. For example, Mrs. Kangaroo said there could be no such small life. What did Holden say? He said, "Maybe we are too big." His gentleness is always uncritical, like the nectar in the bright spring, with curiosity and never enemies, but nourishes every sentient being that appears in his life.

Sometimes I am good for my child in name, but I am eager to make him listen to me. In fact, aggressing children in the name of love is essentially the same as Mrs. Kangaroo's behavior. Looking at it now, it's not cute.

Looking inward, there is still a long way to go. Where to go? Towards equality, to more love and responsibility.

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Extended Reading
  • Darion 2021-11-19 08:01:29

    There is a grain of dust on the flower, and there is a world in the dust, a very novel setting.

  • Herta 2022-03-26 09:01:04

    Yes, good communication between the micro world and the real world.

Horton Hears a Who! quotes

  • Katie: In my world everyone is a pony, and they all eat rainbows, and poop butterflies.

  • The Mayor of Who-ville: Seriously, who is this? Is this Burt from accounting?